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HMRC head to ‘assess’ merger

Director general of Revenue & Customs to speak at ACCA event

Dave Hartnett, the director general of HM Revenue & Customs, will deliver
a lecture assessing the merger of the Inland Revenue and Customs and Excise into
HMRC when he speaks at an event organised by the Association of Chartered
Certified Accountants in Liverpool next month.

He will speak about the current and future direction of the department in the
wider business context and also the challenges ahead and there will also be a
question and answer session,

Hartnett was deputy chairman of the Inland Revenue and was in charge of
analysis and research before the merger of the two organisations last year.

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