PracticeAccounting FirmsTax reshuffle at KPMG

Tax reshuffle at KPMG

New positions for senior tax figures Anneli Collins, Chris Morgan and Stuart Hindle

KPMG has reshuffled its tax team and
appointed three senior figures to new positions, in what is understood to be a
response to market changes.

Anneli Collins has moved from heading up the international corporate tax
team, and will now be head of mergers and acquisitions taxation.

The former head of KPMG’s EU law group,
Chris Morgan, will shift to head up
International Corporate Tax. Stuart Hindle moves from deputy head of the
indirect tax practice to head up KPMG’s consumer and industrial markets
division.

Sue Bonney, UK head of tax and people
services at KPMG, said: ‘We are looking to build on a very successful period of
growth, while responding to market changes around us.’

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