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Young takes Adler Shine tax role

Mitch Young to serve as tax director at Adler Shine

A NEW TAX DIRECTOR has been appointed at Adler Shine.

Mitch Young, who has held senior tax roles including positions at LJD Chartered Accountants after qualifying with MacIntyre Hudson, joins the firm as a tax director.
Young has spent time advising SMEs, with a focus on private client, family and wealth planning.

‘I am thrilled to have joined a first class practice in Adler Shine, and that I can be part of the clear strategy for the firm and look forward to making a contribution at a very high level’, said Young.

Managing partner Daniel Garcia said: “Mitch is a very dynamic professional who is able to distil complex issues into a language that clients understand, providing in turn, innovative solutions.”

Adler Shine is an eight-partner firm based in North London.

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