RegulationAccounting StandardsAndrew Hubbard appointed national president of CIoT

Andrew Hubbard appointed national president of CIoT

Hubbard to serve as CIoT president for one year

Tenon Group, said its tax director, Andrew Hubbard, has been appointed
national president of the Chartered Institute of Taxation.

Hubbard, who will serve as CIoT president for one year, will continue at
Tenon, specialising in tax.

At Tenon, a top 10 accounting firm, Hubbard is responsible for technical
aspects of tax, including knowledge management and quality standards.

He began his career in at the Inland Revenue as an inspector of taxes, and
joined Tenon in 2001.

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