SMITH & WILLIAMSON has recruited Andrew Jupp as a tax director, specialising in corporate tax and business advisory.
Jupp, (pictured) who has 25 years’ experience in tax and business, joins the top ten accounting firm from Haysmacintyre, where he was head of tax. Before that he was national head of tax at RSM Tenon, which he left in 2010 during a restructuring of service lines at the business.
Jupp, who was a PhD research scientist before training as a chartered accountant, also has considerable experience in cross-border transactions as well as advising foreign-owned multi-national groups.
Jupp will be based in Smith & Williamson’s Bristol office.
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