PKF has appointed Peter Gouw as a tax partner in its Glasgow office.
He joins from KPMG, where he worked in tax valuation services, and is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the Society of Share and Business Valuers and HMRC’s Shares and Assets Valuation Fiscal Forum.
On his appointment, Gouw said: “I am delighted to be joining the expanding PKF tax team in Scotland. This will afford me the opportunity to work with a broad range of SME clients across a wide range of sectors, as well as personal tax work with high net worth individuals.
“I am looking forward to working with the team to continue to provide the firm’s clients with exceptional service, assured advice, and a professional approach to tax issues.”
Martin Gill, Scottish managing partner of the firm, said: “Peter’s experience in corporate and personal tax will enhance and extend our growing tax advice service in Scotland.
“He has considerable abilities with extensive specialist knowledge which will ensure our clients continue to receive the best possible service from our experienced and knowledgeable practitioners.”
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