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Four new tax partners at RSM in the UK

Joanne Webber

RSM has promoted four people to partner in its UK tax practice: Jo Webber, Simon Adams, Claire Spencer and Stella Cooper.

Webber will work in the employer solutions team in Bristol, and Adams will work for the same team in London. Spencer will be a corporate tax partner in Manchester, and Cooper will work in the accounting and business advisory team in Leeds.

The tax promotions come as 11 people within RSM made the jump to partner, and the firm is pleased that seven of these employees have been at RSM for their whole career.

Adams started his career at RSM – then known as Baker Tilly – as did Cooper.

Webber has previously worked for EY and KPMG, while Spencer has worked in-house for companies such as Morson International and, as well as at KPMG and Wolters Kluwer and at the UK’s Office for National Statistics.

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