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HMRC career man joins Deloitte

Martin Dwyer joins Deloitte's global employer services group

An HM
Revenue & Customs
career man has quit the taxman after 35 years
to join
Deloitte.

Martin Dwyer joins the firm as a director within its global employer services
group.

He formerly headed HMRC’s expatriate employer compliance unit.

Dwyer joins three other ex-HMRC staffers: Harvey Smith; Jason Mather; and Rob
Pearce, at Deloitte.

Robert Hodkinson, international assignment services leader at Deloitte, said:
“We are delighted to welcome Martin Dwyer to the firm. His vast knowledge and
intimate understanding of compliance with HMRC’s expatriate policy will be a
great asset to our clients.”

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