This week’s people & moves

Job to die for: head of transfer pricing

Is this the job of the week, or the transfer of the week? Anton
, the international tax expert, has been appointed head of transfer
pricing at BDO Stoy Hayward. Hume has been poached from Grant Thornton,
in the latest example of the merry-go-round in mid-tier tax practices. Anton
rejoins the firm after 11 years at Grant Thornton and Coopers & Lybrand.
Anton has worked in tax since 1984 and has specialised in international tax for
more than 15 years.

John Rennocks, former Smith & Nephew FD has joined the
audit committee of Gyrus Group. Rennocks served as FD of Smith &
Nephew between 1974 and 1989. He is currently chairman of Nestor, and deputy
chairman of Inmarsat.

Ian Waddingham has joined Moore & Smalley’s
corporate finance team as an executive. Waddingham began his career at KPMG in
Manchester, before qualifying as a chartered accountant and joining Lonsdale
& Partners.

Larking Gowen has promoted two long-serving employees to
partnership roles. Julie Grimmer, who joined the firm in 1984 will continue to
work at the Norwich office, while Mark Curtis, an employee since 1997 moves to
Norwich. Managing partner Bob Rose said: ‘We see these two appointments as the
continuation of our plan to expand the business and are delighted to welcome
Julie and Mark to the partnership.’

Mark Davison has been appointed partner and head of the
financial services practice at KPMG Corporate Finance . Mark has 25
years of investment banking experience in the financial services market with a
particular focus on the insurance sector. His primary role at KPMG will be on
relationship building with global financial institutions seeking a long-term
trusted adviser.

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