Deloitte appoints new tax partner

Deloitte appoints new tax partner

Willo Reneham brings over 20 years of experience with private businesses into the role within the private markets team

Deloitte appoints new tax partner

Deloitte has recently confirmed that the latest addition to their private markets London team is Willo Renehan. His role will be that of tax partner in this sector.

Willo Renehan comes from a background of working with private businesses and FTSE350 companies.

Renehan stated: “Deloitte’s London private markets team is very well respected, and well known for providing valuable advice to clients. I’m excited to be working with a team so well positioned to support entrepreneurial companies across London.”

Willo Renehan previously worked as a partner at PwC. During his time with them, he spent four years leading the Aberdeen tax team. He also has experience supporting and working with a wide range of clients.

Deloitte’s new tax partner once spent time in Australia, working with a large mining company.

In total, Renehan has amassed over 20 years of experience.

His main focus with Deloitte will be working in the energy and technology sectors, working with clients. Mainly, however, Renehan will be focused on improving tax governance and international growth, both with Deloitte and Deloitte clientele.

Paula Higgleton, Deloitte vice chairman and senior private client partner, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Willo to Deloitte. He is an excellent addition to our fast-growing private markets team, bringing with him a wealth of experience across a number of different sectors. His appointment will strengthen the team and his extensive and diverse experience of working with businesses in the private sector will further enhance the unique insight we are able to bring to clients.”

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