PracticeAccounting FirmsPwC poaches tax partners from E&Y

PwC poaches tax partners from E&Y

PricewaterhouseCoopers recruits two tax partners from rival

PricewaterhouseCoopers has raided Ernst & Young’s tax practice, poaching
two well-respected tax partners.

Paul Davies has been recruited as tax industry leader of the firm’s retail
and consumer group.

‘The retail and consumer sector makes a significant contribution in taxes to
UK government revenues. As well as having to manage their businesses in this
increasingly tough economic climate, our clients in this sector have many
complex tax changes to understand and contend with,’ Davies said.

Andrew Dale will join the firm’s international and large corporate practice
in Birmingham as a corporate tax partner. He was lead partner on a number of
EY’s corporate tax clients in the international and large corporate sector.

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