TWO PRIVATE CLIENT PARTNERS have been appointed in RSM’s London office.
Both Andrew Robins and Rachel De Souza (pictured l-r) have joined RSM from the Royal Bank of Canada, where they were previously directors of the bank’s UK tax practice.
Gary Heynes, head of private clients at RSM, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Andrew and Rachel to the team. They both have broad experience of advising on complex UK personal taxation issues and are an excellent addition to our practice, particularly given the imminent changes for international clients. Their appointments underline our continued commitment to private clients.”
Between them, Robins and De Souza have over 26 years of experience, specialising in high net worth individuals, non-UK domiciled individuals, non-UK trusts and members of remuneration plans.
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