TOP 20 FIRM Kingston Smith has made Mark Fielden tax partner after he joined from Grant Thornton.
Fielden spent 16 years with the firm, culminating in a post as tax director before making the switch to Kingston Smith.
In particular, he focuses on large corporates and international tax services; tax-efficient remuneration and profit extraction planning; fund, investment manager and portfolio company structuring; and financial services.
Julie Walsh (pictured), managing partner of Kingston Smith, said: “It’s great to welcome Mark to the tax team as we expand our services to clients in this area. Mark’s extensive experience in advising owner-managed businesses through to large corporate clients will complement that of our existing team and help further the development of our tax offering.”
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