PracticePeople In PracticeKPMG rings in the changes with senior appointments

KPMG rings in the changes with senior appointments

KPMG makes four senior appointments in its people services tax team

KPMG HAS MADE has made four senior appointments in its people services tax department, including former tax partner Mike Linter, who has been appointed national head.

The international executive services practice will now be run by Marc Burrows, erstwhile tax partner of the firm’s Swiss office, with Chris Hogan stepping in as director of the same team, while Angus Menzies has been made the director of a new employment law group.

Alastair McLeish, head of tax and pensions at KPMG UK, said: “We are investing significantly in our people services tax practice as there are enormous growth opportunities there; there are huge changes afoot in this area of tax.”

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