RSM has appointed Kevin Edwards as a tax partner in its Nottingham office.
Richard King, RSM’s office managing partner for Nottingham said: “I am delighted to welcome Kevin to the team. He has a wealth of experience in corporate tax and we are certain Kevin will make a significant contribution to the Nottingham team and help our clients achieve their key business objectives.’
Edwards is a corporate tax specialist who has worked for clients including owner-managed businesses, subsidiaries of foreign parent companies and large UK based groups. In his career he has also undertaken tax advisory work on restructuring, employee share schemes, mergers and acquisitions and advising on bespoke tax planning strategies.
Additionally, Edwards has successfully claimed tax credits on a number of R&D projects undertaken by market leading companies in the technology, manufacturing and construction sectors.
Edwards originally qualified as an ICAEW accountant after joining a Top 20 firm as a graduate trainee in 2000 He is also a chartered tax adviser.
RSM is the UK’s seventh largest firm of audit, tax and consulting services with annual revenues of £300m, according to the 2016 Top 50+50 Survey, supported by Sage. The firm has 3,400 partners and staff operating from 35 locations throughout the UK.
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