27 Nov 2013 11:18am

KPMG hires six UK tax directors

KPMG has hired six new directors for its UK tax and pensions practice

Two - James Magrath and Mike Lavan -  have joined from Big Four rival EY, and will join the corporate tax south practice and the employment taxes team respectively

In addition, Mark Albright has joined the transfer pricing team, from UBS; Carol Johnson is joining the intellectual property team from HMRC, and Kevin King has joined the legal services team from Skadden. Nadezhda Maltseva is joining the private client team as a director on secondment from KPMG Russia.

KPMG UK head of tax and pensions Jane McCormick said, “These hires and promotions add significantly to the strength and depth of our practice.

“Tax remains a complex issue for businesses. Understanding the rules and ensuring full compliance is crucially important and we are facing increased demand from clients for technical expertise. We look forward to integrating our new colleagues with our existing teams and to making further strategic hires and promotions in the future.”

Helen Roxburgh


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