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01 June 2010

Oratore steps up to CIOT presidency

Vincent Oratore has become president of the Chartered Institute of Taxation for 2010-2011. He is a tax partner in the financial services group of Ernst & Young in London.

"I will be campaigning for improvements to the process of developing tax law during my presidency of the CIOT and will shortly be publishing a paper on this subject, and engaging with politicians inside and outside government to build the widest possible support for reform," the new president said.

The CIOT is the leading professional body in the UK concerned solely with taxation.

Senate Finance Committee hires chief tax counsel

Lily Batchelder has joined the US Senate Finance Committee as chief tax counsel.

She was formerly a professor of law and public policy at New York University School of Law, as affiliated faculty at New York University Wagner School of Public Service and as an affiliated...



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