Woodhouse will further strengthen the Birmingham-based team, and will be moving to join Pett Franklin from 1 December.
A lawyer who has previously worked at Slaughter and May and Norton Rose, Woodhouse will be working alongside David Pett an expert on employee share schemes, and William Franklin, a leading adviser on the valuation, accounting and financial aspects of all forms of remuneration.
Stephen Woodhouse said, “My focus will be on continuing to guide clients through the minefield of the ever changing tax regime to deliver commercially relevant solutions. I look forward to joining such a hugely respected business.”
Pett Franklin advises over 120 clients across the UK and internationally, including FTSE 100, smaller listed companies, and SMES. It is a multidisciplinary firm including lawyers and accountants and deals with all aspects of share scheme advisory work including design, tax, legal, accounting, valuation, financial modelling and aftercare.