KPMG HAS BOOSTED its tax and pensions practice with two partner appointments and a multitude of promotions to director level, Professional Pensions reports.
Harinder Soor in the capital allowances team and Paul McCartney in the private equity team have both been elevated to partner.
The latest announcements are in addition to the five partners and 20 directors promoted this summer.
In the pensions team David O’Hara, Jonathan Sharp, Matthew Calveley, Scott Kendrick and Thomas Whiteley have been made directors.
KPMG UK head of tax and pensions Jane McCormick said: “These hires and promotions add significantly to the strength and depth of our practice. Tax remains a complex issue for businesses.
“Understanding the rules and ensuring full compliance is crucially important and we are facing increased demand from clients for technical expertise.”
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