TaxCorporate TaxTim Davies takes Mazars head of tax role

Tim Davies takes Mazars head of tax role

Davies promoted to new head of tax role

A NEW national head of tax has been appointed at Mazars.

Tim Davies, who has served as a tax partner at the firm for four years, takes on the role from senior partner and acting tax head David Evans.

“Tim’s vision, drive and energy will allow Mazars to meet its strategic objectives during this exciting time of substantial opportunity for us,” said Evans.

Davies’ appointment is part of a new management structure for the division. Previously heads of the various tax service lines reported up to Evans.

Prior to Mazars, Davies had worked at PwC, Ernst & Young, and HM Revenue & Customs.

 

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