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Lass Salt Garvin establishes tax team

A solicitors firm has recruited two tax professionals to lead its new tax team

A LONDON SOLICITORS firm has announced the establishment of a new tax team.

Lass Salt Garvin (LSG) solicitors has appointed Frank Strachan as its head of tax and Sean Bannister as tax manager.

LSG partner Hal Branch said: “In the increasingly complex world of taxation and finance our clients often need both legal and tax advice in order to achieve their goals.”

Strachan had been at Grant Thornton and HM Revenue & Customs, and specialises in tax dispute resolution, with a particular focus on the offshore market, especially Switzerland. Bannister’s main area of interest is HMRC serious fraud investigations.

Steven Daultrey, who is also a partner, said that Strachan and Bannister’s expertise in the offshore market place and experience in handling matters with  “will prove invaluable to clients with any such concerns”.

 

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