PracticeAccounting FirmsKPMG rejigs its corporate tax practice

KPMG rejigs its corporate tax practice

KPMG restructures its coporate tax practice to help clients through the current financial turmoil

KPMG has
restructured its corporate tax practice in the UK to improve existing sevices to
its clients by streamlining management reporting lines, freeing up senior
partner time to focus on helping clients through the current challenging
financial conditions.

The tax and people services leadership remains unchanged and the UK practice
will still be headed by Sue Bonney, who is also KPMG Europe LLP head of tax and
head of the KPMG EMA tax group, and Jeremy Brittain, chief operating officer.

Within tax and People Services, the corporate tax practice is to be divided
into two core divisions – business tax services, led by Caitriona Hunt, and
international tax services, led by Simon Palmer. Hunt and Palmer will be joint
heads of corporate tax.

‘We started our new financial year on 1 October facing extraordinary times
in terms of the external business environment,’ Sue Bonney, KPMG head of tax in
the UK, said. ‘Responding to the challenges and opportunities we now face means
bringing together our most experienced partners to spend more time out in the
market with our clients, helping them to get through the current turmoil.’

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