Mike Hayes has been promoted to partner at Top 20 firm Kingston Smith.
Hayes, who joined as a tax principal in January 2011, has nearly 30 years’ experience in advising businesses on tax issues. His particular focus is on business structures, as well as corporate and property transactions and share schemes.
Sir Michael Snyder, senior partner at Kingston Smith, said: “I am delighted to welcome Mike to the partnership in the knowledge that he will continue to provide valuable leadership and expert advice to businesses and individuals that will make a real difference.”
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