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Ex-Kingston Smith partner takes MHA MacIntyre role

Former Kingston tax partner Alan Craddock takes similar role in MHA MacIntyre's London office

A FOMER Kingston Smith partner has taken a similar role at mid-tier firm MHA MacIntyre.

Alan Craddock joins as tax partner in the London office with particular expertise in restructuring, share schemes and international structures for non-residents and foreign-domiciliaries.

Rakesh Shaunak, chairman MHA, said: “Alan has a wealth of technical and practical expertise gained in a variety of industry sectors. We are delighted to welcome him to the firm.”

Previously Craddock was tax partner at Kingston Smith since November 2007.

“I am keen to continue providing clients with tax solutions and proactive advice. I feel that MHA MacIntyre Hudson will allow me to build on my past experience and provide me with the opportunities to succeed,” he said.

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