THREE PARTNERS HAVE BEEN APPOINTED by MHA MacIntyre Hudson, bringing its number of partners to 63.
Sally Kirby joins from Crowe Clark Whitehill and will link up with the London City not-for-profit team. She was among the first charity advisers to achieve the ICAEW’s diploma in charity accounting.
R&D and patent box specialist Tom Byng joins the firm’s north London office from Deloitte and recently had a spell working at HM Treasury as one of the founder members of the Office of Tax Simplification.
Neil Stern first joined MacIntyre Hudson in 2006 as a trainee and is a member of its legal services and business strategy groups. He becomes partner at its north London office.
Chairman Rakesh Shaunak (pictured) said: “I’m delighted to welcome Sally and Tom to the firm; and Neil’s progression from trainee to Partner in six years is outstanding. All are experts in their field and bring a wealth of knowledge to our clients and the firm as a whole”.
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