BDO has appointed three new partners to its tax and audit teams.
Stephanie Wilson, who specialises in UK and international tax, joins BDO from RSM (formerly Baker Tilly) where she was head of employer solutions for the south.
She previously worked at Big Four firms Deloitte and KPMG.
David I’Anson joins the audit team from Mazars, where he led the audit service line for the south region, following 18 years at PwC.
David, who is based in BDO’s Southampton office, specialises in advising private equity-backed and privately owned businesses in the mid-market.
Nicoletta Papademetris has been promoted to partner in BDO’s tax team. She joined BDO as a senior manager in 2007 and specialises in the private equity market and providing tax expertise to the financial services sector.
Simon Michaels, managing partner at BDO, said: “Their expertise in advising the mid-market, private equity-backed companies and financial services will further strengthen our offering to clients.”
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