PracticePeople In PracticeKingston Smith bolsters tax team with partner hire

Kingston Smith bolsters tax team with partner hire

Mark Fielden makes switch from Grant Thornton

Kingston Smith bolsters tax team with partner hire

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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