Throgmorton, one of the UK’s largest specialist accountancy advisers to the
hedge fund, private equity and corporate finance industries has poached two tax
experts from bigger firms.
Raminder Chowdhary has joined as the firm’s new head of VAT, while Stephen
Smith has been appointed tax manager.
Chowdhary joins from KPMG where he specialised in VAT matters relating to UK
and European financial services. He was previously a VAT Manager at Vantis.
Stephen Smith joins Throgmorton from Mazars after 12 years at the firm.
Throgmorton has made the appointments in the backdrop of increased
outsourcing by investment managers looking to improve processes while trying to
cut costs in the current environment.
“The appointments will enable the firm to offer an enhanced service to its
expanding domestic and international client base,” the firm said.
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