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RSM expands Glasgow and London tax practices

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The firm has hired one tax partner in Glasgow and three in London, and relocated a further partner to London from Bury St Edmunds.

Kal Sangha, who joins the firm’s Glasgow offices from KPMG, specialises in UK and international corporate tax, in particular capital expenditure planning, leasing, private equity, and corporate transactions.

The three new London partners are Duncan Nott, Keith Thomas, and Phil Partington.

Nott is a transfer pricing specialist who will advise multinationals on TP matters.

Thomas will advise corporations in the FTSE 350 on their tax affairs.

Partington, a global mobility specialist with 20 years of experience in the field, joins the firm’s employer solutions group.

Mel Reed moves to London from Bury St Edmunds while remaining as RSM’s national head of corporate tax.

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