LONDON FIRM Fitzgerald and Law has appointed RSM Tenon partner Kiki Stannard as tax partner to lead its international private client and employers tax team.
Stannard spent nearly five years with RSM Tenon as reward and employer solutions partner, following a five-and-a-half year stint with Smith & Williamson where she was head of employment tax and incentives. She has also served as head of EY’s employment taxes group and senior tax manager at Price Waterhouse between 1985 and 1996.
Fitzgerald and Law specialises in inward investment to the UK, particularly from the US. It has offices in central London, Kent and San Francisco.
Senior partner Gabriel Parrish said: “Kiki is a recognised employment tax expert and we are really pleased to have her on board. Not only does Kiki advise on the complexities of the tax regime for employers but also understands the softer, less tangible elements of employee motivation and staff welfare. These skills are a valuable combination for our clients.”
Stannard added: “I’m really looking forward to the new role – F&L is a leading UK global expansion advisor that has developed a reputation in the industry that really sets them apart. I look forward to helping clients – both existing and new – overcome many of the obstacles they will face when they’re entering the UK or European markets.”
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