PricewaterhouseCoopers has appointed Mike Bailey as its new head of indirect
tax in the UK.
Bailey has worked for PwC since 1993 and led the VAT team in Wales and the
West prior to taking up his new role. He has been involved in taking a number of
cases to VAT Tribunals, higher courts and the European Court of Justice.
Bailey replaces Patrick Walker, who after six years in the role has moved to
Australia to lead the indirect tax team there.
Predictably, Bailey said he was ‘delighted’ to be taking on the new role and
that he would focus on ‘attracting and recruiting the best talent’.
Richard Collier-Keywood, PwC’s UK head of tax, said Bailey was the ‘natural
choice’ for the position.
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