PracticeAccounting FirmsDeloitte loses long-serving tax partner

Deloitte loses long-serving tax partner

Decides to return to the bar

Big Four firm
Deloitte
has lost a long-serving tax partner following Philip Ridgway’s
decision to quit the firm for a return to the bar after a decade of service.

Ridgeway is joining Temple Tax
Chambers
where he will focus on taxation in insolvency and building his
corporate and personal tax practice.

He initially left the bar to join law firm Paisner & Co before joining
Deloitte in 1986.

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