PracticeAccounting FirmsPwC partner named CIOT president

PwC partner named CIOT president

Tim Ambrose, partner of the Aberdeen Office of PricewaterhouseCoopers, has been appointed president of the Chartered Institute of Taxation.

Link: CIOT wants better scrutiny of Finance Bill

Ambrose has worked as a tax generalist in Scotland, working closely with clients in the firm’s Aberdeen office, where the economy is heavily dependent on the North Sea and the oil service industry.

He joined Price Waterhouse in Glasgow in 1975. Since specialising in tax he has advised clients in Scotland ranging from individuals and sole traders through family companies to some of Scotland’s largest international businesses, with a particular interest in the whisky industry.

John Beattie, Tax Director at KPMG in Belfast, has been appointed Deputy President and Peter Kempster, a Consultant at Nabarro Nathanson in London, has been appointed Vice President.

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