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Tax heaven for new BDO partners

BDO appoints 13 new partners, seven within the tax practice

A raft of new partner appointments at BDO Stoy Hayward has focused on the tax
market, after recently posting a blistering set of interim results on the
service line.

The firm has appointed 13 new partners from within the firm, with seven
working on tax.

Its interim figures for the end of 2005 saw 25% growth to £124.4m, with its
tax practice growing highest at 27%.

‘We pride ourselves on having great people and these new partners are a
reflection of this,’ said managing partner Jeremy Newman.

Three partners will serve in business recovery, two in corporate finance and
one in business assurance.

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