JEFFREYS HENRY, the London-based accountancy firm, has appointed Daphne Hemingway as its new specialist VAT partner.
Hemingway, the first female partner in the firm’s 130-year history, joins from Deloitte to head up a new VAT department to broaden the firms’ service offering for new and existing clients.
She joins Jeffreys Henry having previously worked at Deloitte, Baker Tilly, Ernst & Young and PwC.
This latest announcement marks the third senior appointment at Jeffreys Henry in the past twelve months. David Warren joined the firm in 2013 as the firms’ technical partner, and Sudhir Rawal joined from national firm Haines Watts to strengthen the firms creative and media expertise.
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