Grant Thornton has announced the appointments of three new partners to the firm’s tax recovery and reorganisation divisions.
David Gibbs is appointed tax partner the firm’s Kettering and Cambridge offices. Gibbs, who joined the firm in 1994, will be responsible for the further development of the offices’ tax departments.
Angela Britton is appointed tax partner at the Oxford office.
Britton specialises in advising business owners on all aspects of tax, including acquisitions and disposals.
Having worked as an independent tax consultant for the past four years, Britton joins the firm’s Oxford office tax department, comprising of 26 staff led by four partners, providing a range of tax services to local businesses and individuals.
Richard Hawes is appointed recovery and reorganisation partner at the Cardiff office. He will be responsible for building on the Cardiff office’s existing advisory and insolvency work of local companies.
Hawes has worked as a recovery specialist for 10 years and has experience in finding solutions for businesses in financial distress across a variety of sectors.
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