TOP 20 accountancy firm MHA MacIntyre Hudson has appointed Ricky Noimark as a tax partner in its North London office.
An engineering graduate, Noimark joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in 2008, and while working there secured his ACA and CTA qualifications as part of the firm’s graduate training and staff development programme.
Today, he leads the North London office’s tax consultancy helpdesk which specialises in the tax affairs of owner-managed and growth businesses, and high net worth individuals.
The helpdesk advises companies and directors on all aspects of direct and indirect taxation, and has particular experience in advising on inheritance tax reliefs, investment reliefs, share ownership structures, corporate reorganisations, research and development and all aspects of tax compliance.
Nigel May, senior tax partner at the North London office of MHA MacIntyre Hudson, said: “One of the strengths of MHA MacIntyre Hudson is our commitment to staff training and professional development. It’s always gratifying when someone, as in Ricky’s example, joins us as a trainee and then progresses all the way through to the most senior roles. Ricky’s been a fantastic member of the team and we are delighted that he has now been appointed a partner.”
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