WEST MIDLANDS firm Clement Keys has boosted its tax department with two appointments.
Adam Longmore joins from Wolverhampton firm Muras Baker Jones, and will serve as a senior tax manager. His 15 years’ experience in corporate tax includes stints at BDO and Langard Lifford Hall.
James Capel, hired as a tax trainee, is a graduate who recently completed an economics degree at the University of Glasgow.
Tax partner Manny Sahota said the appointments “reflect the growth in demand for our specialist tax services as we operate in an environment of ever changing legislation in relation to corporation tax”.
“We recognise that the increasingly complex taxation framework is placing more and more pressure on businesses and their owners. We remain committed to providing the very best possible technical and commercial advice coupled with and highest standards of client service to help our clients negotiate the tax maze.”
Clement Keys, established in 1885, is an eleven-partner firm based in the Midlands and a member of accounting affiliation PrimeGlobal.
Picture (L-R) Adam Longmore and Manny Sahota
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