THE BATH office of south-west firm Milsted Langdon has been expanded, creating a full-service offering.
The firm, which also has offices in Bristol, Taunton, Yeovil and London, has brought in tax partner Rachael Verinder (pictured). Described as having specialisms in tax including ‘ultra high-net-worth individuals’, Verinder’s placing enables the office to serve a full range of clients.
In March, Ian Lloyd joined the firm as a partner and based at Bath. He has owner-manager expertise across a range of sectors.
General practice manager moves from the firm’s Taunton office to Bath, while corporate finance partner Susannah Adams will shift some of her focus to the city.
The firm has been very busy in recent months, including the appointment of its first female insolvency practitioner – Rachel Hotham.
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