PracticePeople In PracticeKPMG grows real estate team with tax director appointment

KPMG grows real estate team with tax director appointment

REIT expert Peter Beckett joins expanding real estate team from Ernst & Young

KPMG HAS PLUCKED its latest tax director from Big Four rival Ernst & Young to boost the firm’s real estate team.

Peter Beckett is a market-recognised leader in UK real estate investment trusts, according to the firm, and previously led the real estate tax technical team in E&Y’s London real estate practice.

“Turnover in the European property investment market is expected to grow by up to 15% this year, bringing with it an increased demand for real estate tax advice,” said Richard White, KMPG’s UK head of real estate. “We are delighted that Peter is joining the team to help grow our real estate tax practice.”

 

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