MACINTYRE HUDSON has recruited Katharine Arthur as tax principal in its London office.
Arthur joins the top 20 firm from Cheesmans where she was tax adviser and has worked in KPMG and Vantis in their tax knowledge divisions. ICAS qualified, she was also previously a corporate tax supervisor at PwC in Glasgow.
Rakesh Shaunak, chairman of MacIntyre Hudson’s City office, said: “I’m pleased to welcome Katharine to the team. Her background and experience will be a valuable addition to the services we provide for our clients.”
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