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UK Deloitte partner becomes EMEA head of tax

David Sproul, Deloitte head of tax, takes on EMEA role

Deloitte
has selected David Sproul, its UK head of tax and member of the firm’s executive
management team and board, to head the EMEA regional tax team, starting
immediately.

Alberto Terol, Deloitte global head of tax, said Sproul would take on his new
role in addition to his UK responsibilities. His experience would play a key
part in Deloitte achieving its ambition to be the number one tax adviser
worldwide.

Sproul said: ‘Tax has always been international, but is increasingly so. As
our clients increasingly operate and trade globally, it is important that we are
well placed to ensure they benefit from Deloitte’s collective tax expertise
across the EMEA region and beyond.’

David was appointed UK head of tax at Deloitte in 2006. Before that, he was
UK managing partner for talent, leading the firm’s talent strategy in the UK.

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