RAN CARMON has been made the first CEO of Tax Advice Network. Carmon previously served at Goldsmiths Practice Services, where he was partner and co-owner.
The network – founded in 2007 by former ICAEW tax faculty chairman Mark Lee – will now seek to establish a Tax Jobs Board, a framework for strategic partnerships and a facility for overseas tax advisors to join the network.
Lee, chairman of the network, said: “The network has been growing steadily over the last few years but it needed someone with a new energy to take it to the next level.
“Ran knows the accountancy marketplace very well and has some great ideas to build up the Network and services that we offer to our four audiences: Tax advisors, accountants, taxpayers and strategic partners.”
Carmon’s first strategic partnership arrangement for the network is with Accountancy Age Jobs, which feeds its Tax Jobs Board.
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