LONDON-BASED FIRM Gabelle is to acquire tax-lecturing and writing practice of chartered tax adviser Matthew Hutton after he retires on 1 October.
Hutton has specialised in tax for more than 30 years, having advised on capital taxation until September 2000 and subsequently concentrated his time on lecturing and to writing.
Established in February 2011, Gabelle provides tax support to accountants, lawyers and other professionals. It will acquire the practice on 1 October 2013 via its wholly owned subsidiary Gabelle MTR Limited. Hutton will remain as a consultant to the practice to provide continuity.
Gabelle managing partner Paula Tallon: "This is a very exciting opportunity for us to acquire a well-established and respected brand. Acquiring the Matthew Hutton practice supports our business strategy of providing expert technical advice and know-how to accountants, lawyers and other professionals. With tax continuously under the spotlight, the need for practitioners to be up to date with the latest developments is more important than ever."
Hutton said: "The practice has been a big part of my life for more than 20 years and I am delighted to have found a successor ideally placed to continue its development. I wish Gabelle every success in taking the practice forward."
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