DELOITTE HAS APPOINTED 16 new tax partners, of which eight are full equity holders in the Big Four giant.
The senior post-holders are spread out across the UK from St Albans to Edinburgh, while a few have been sent further afield to Switzerland and Guernsey.
Managing tax partner Andrew Hodge said: “I am excited by the contribution our new partners will make to the future success of our clients, who are facing tough and unpredictable market environments.”
The new partners’ specialisms include indirect tax, ultra-high net worth clients, real estate and corporate tax.
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