JAMES TETLEY has been appointed as a tax partner at RSM in its Southampton office.
For the past ten years James Tetley (pictured) has worked in the area advising owner-managed, private equity-backed, and larger listed businesses. He has worked on a range of matters including tax structuring, international expansion, and capital expenditure projects.
John Taylor, managing partner in Southampton, RSM, said: “I am delighted that James has joined RSM. He brings a huge amount of valuable experience and local knowledge which will help us further strengthen our tax offering to clients across the region.”
Tetley has experience in advice on tax incentives for innovation, including research and development (R&D) tax credits, in which he has advised country-wide companies with claims in over £100m in two years.
Additionally, James Tetley sits of HMRC’s R&D consulting committee, which also includes members of HMRC and the HM Treasury.
The firm, RSM, is rated in our Top 50+50 supported by Sage.
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