MHA MacIntyre Hudson has appointed Gareth Peters as a tax partner.
Peters is a chartered tax adviser who trained with the firm when he joined 12 years ago. He has helped grow the Milton Keynes office by providing a broad range of tax advice to private individuals, owner managed businesses and expert advice within the motor sector.
Peters said: “I am really looking forward to achieving the targets we have set locally for continued growth. It’s been hard work but it’s been a lot of fun and great working with motivated and ambitious colleagues serving a growing number of clients. Currently we are expanding our tax team and the aim is to double the office over the next five years. My diverse client base means it’s always interesting and challenging work.”
The Milton Keynes practice employs 65 partners and staff, and advises over a thousand clients.
Peter will provide corporate advice including the personal tax implications for companies and shareholders, directors and senior executives from mergers and demergers, acquisitions, disposals and other business deals. His advice also covers Capital Gains Tax Planning, Trusts and Inheritance Tax planning, and in depth knowledge of SDLT.
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