Big Four firm PricewaterhouseCoopers has secured a major coup in the hiring
of Ray McCann to be part of its tax investigations team.
McCann has 30 years of experience working in HM Revenue & Customs and the
Inland Revenue and is the former head of HMRC’s Avoidance Intelligence Unit.
Stephen Camm, tax investigations partner at PwC, said the appointment of
McCann reflected the continuing growth of expertise in the PwC tax
‘His experience will further strengthen the team and its ability to meet the
growing demands for our services. We are delighted Ray has joined us,’ Camm
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