PracticeAccounting FirmsTenon appoints new head of tax

Tenon appoints new head of tax

Former E&Y guy Andrew Jupp joins Tenon's growing tax business

Andrew Jupp is the new national head of tax at
Tenon
.

The former Ernst & Young partner will focus on entrepeneurial clients.

‘This key appointment demonstrates the importance of the tax practice to the
growth of Tenon and our ambitions for the future,’ said Andy Raynor, chief
executive of Tenon.

The firm posted revenues of £32m from its business tax and advisory service
line for 2005/2006, from £29.5m a year earlier.

Specialist taxation revenues grew from £18.1m to £13m over the same period.

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