TOP 50 FIRM haysmacintyre has appointed former MHA MacIntyre Hudson tax partner as its new head of tax, bringing its number of partners to 27.
Arthur first qualified with KPMG in 1993, before moving onto PwC in 1997, where she served as a corporate tax adviser. After two years, she returned to KPMG, where she had another seven-year stint before joining Vantis as tax director in 2007. After a three-year spell, she moved onto MHA MacIntyre Hudson. She also serves on ICAS’s taxation committee.
“I am delighted to be joining the tax team at haysmacintyre to help further strengthen client service and our tax offering,” said Arthur. “Building on the excellent skills, specialisms and experience of the corporate tax, private client, employment tax and VAT teams, I look forward to further developing our client-focused tax service.”
Managing partner Ian Cliffe said: “We are very pleased to welcome Katharine to haysmacintyre. She is a true expert in her field and brings a wealth of knowledge to our clients and the firm. We look forward to working with her to help us achieve our future growth strategy and to continue to develop our presence in the market.”
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