Johnston Carmichael appoints Deloitte tax director

by Calum Fuller

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03 Dec 2013

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SCOTTISH MID-TIER FIRM Johnston Carmichael has taken on tax director Caroline Muir, who joins after 15 years with Deloitte.

Muir's role will include developing Johnston Carmichael's corporate and international tax offering.

She will advise clients on funding, tax-efficient structures and tax risks associated with overseas expansion.

Muir's former employer has also recruited - bringing in a senior tax manager to its private client team in its Yorkshire and North East practice, the Yorkshire Post reports.

Peter Cass joins Johnston Carmichael with 18 years' experience of advising professional service companies on mergers, acquisitions, partnership disputes and conversion to limited liability partnerships.

He was previously with RSM Tenon, where he was national head of professional practices.

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