PracticeAccounting FirmsKPMG ‘nicks’ Ernst & Young tax partner

KPMG 'nicks' Ernst & Young tax partner

David Nickson, previously a tax partner at Ernst & Young, joins KPMG

KPMG has poached David Nickson,
previously a tax partner at Ernst & Young,
as a tax partner within its Information, Communication and Entertainment (ICE)
practice.
The firm said Nickson would be a key member of KPMG’s media and technology teams
in London, advising on cross-border structuring and financing, and intellectual
property planning.

Nickson has worked at KPMG before, having originally trained and worked at
its Birmingham office from 1993 to 2000, David joined Ernst and Young as a
partner in 2001.

Commenting on his new role, David Nickson, said: ‘I am delighted to be
returning to KPMG at this immensely exciting time for media and technology
businesses.’

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