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HMRC dispute resolution head moves to E&Y

Geoff Lloyd to take role of executive director at the Big Four firm

THE HEAD of dispute resolution at HM Revenue & Customs will move to Ernst & Young in September, the firm has confirmed.

Geoff Lloyd will take the role of executive director in September this year. He has been brought in to focus on the “alternative disputes resolution agenda”, the firm said.

Lloyd was previously head of the central compliance directorate, which oversees compliance strategies across the whole of HMRC. He began his career as inspector of taxes at the Inland Revenue, and has held roles as principal inspector, assistant director in the Revenue’s international division and deputy director of HMRC corporate tax and VAT directorate.

He spent four years on secondment to the Treasury as head of EU finance and director, Europe.

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