TWO PARTNERS have been appointed by MHA MacIntyre Hudson to strengthen its tax practice across London and the Midlands.
David Gibbs, Neil Berry and Paula Jeffs have joined the firm’s Milton Keynes, Leicester and north London offices respectively, while Sudhir Singh has also joined the London City office’s not-for-profit practice. Gibbs and Singh are made partners, while Berry takes a director role and Jeffs becomes senior tax manager.
Prior to his appointment, Gibbs was head of PwC’s south east private business tax unit, specialising in corporate transactions, overseas expansion, capital gains and exit planning.
Berry joins the Leicester office and will specialise in wealth planning, inheritance tax, capital gains tax and tax strategies. Other areas of professional interest include manufacturing, services, agriculture, equestrian, property development and construction.
Jeffs takes the senior tax manager post in the north London office, and will focus on private client issues along with residency status, non-UK domiciles and offshore trusts.
Singh joins after ten years with Baker Tilly as head of the charities and not-for-profit practice.
MHA MacIntyre Hudson chairman Rakesh Shaunak said: “I’m delighted to welcome David, Sudhir, Neil and Paula to the firm as part of our continued growth strategy. 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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