PracticeAccounting FirmsFisher deserts Chantrey Vellacott for PKF

Fisher deserts Chantrey Vellacott for PKF

Senior figure Philip Fisher leaves Chantrey Vellacott for rivals PKF

Philip Fisher, a senior figure at Chantrey Vellacott DFK, has left the firm
for rivals PKF.

Fisher is a well-known personality in accounting circles and played a key
role as Chantrey’s senior media spokesperson. His new role will see him head up
PKF’s employment taxes and rewards team in London.

At Chantrey, Fisher specialised in employee tax issues including share
schemes, expatriate work and termination payments and PAYE & NIC
investigations.

He is the author of ‘Employee Share Schemes’ and contributes to numerous
other books and journals on taxation issues.

Outside his professional interests, Fisher moonlights as a theatre critic as
London editor of the British Theatre Guide and is London reviewer for the
Western Mail among other titles.

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