PETER BALL, a private client tax specialist from EY has joined top ten accountancy firm Smith & Williamson as a partner.
Ball joins Smith & Williamson to help with private clients, particularly business owners, with all aspects of their private tax affairs.
Ball commented: “The emphasis in my career has been on working for active and entrepreneurial individuals. It is great to be joining Smith & Williamson, where we are able to deliver the full range of tax services to private clients and their business interests. This focus, combined with the firm’s investment management proposition, was a key attraction for me in joining.”
Louise Somerset, lead partner in the Cheltenham office of Smith & Williamson, added: “Peter’s experience and expertise will add further depth to the range of specialist private client tax services we offer to individuals and business owners.”
A member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, Peter will work from Smith & Williamson’s London and Cheltenham offices.
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