LAW FIRM McGrigors has appointed Ray McCann as a director in its tax disputes and investigations practice.
McCann joins from PwC where he was a director in banking and capital markets working with a range of financial services clients. He also headed up the tax disputes network in financial services at the firm.
McGrigors’ new hire also worked in the special investigations department of HM Revenue & Customs where he led the introduction of tax avoidance disclosure rules, McGrigors said.
Richard Masters, managing partner at McGrigors, said:
“We are really pleased to welcome Ray on board.
“He is a big name in the tax arena and also has a focus on the financial services industry which fits within our strategic objective to grow in the professional and financial services, infrastructure and energy sectors.”
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