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Blick Rothenberg appoints Heather Self partner

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Blick Rothenberg has made Heather Self partner at the firm’s corporate tax team in London. She has joined the firm from Pinsent Masons in Manchester, where she was a partner for five years.

Self is one of the founding members of the Women in Tax network, which aims to raise the voice of women within the tax market. It was started in 2015 to provide support to women working in the field and ensure that women get equal recognition. International Tax Review included Self in the Global Tax 50 2017 for her work in this area.

Self brings more than 30 years of experience to Blick Rothenberg, including firms, business and the tax authorities. Self was a partner at EY for almost a decade and later worked for Grant Thornton, she went on to advise HMRC on tax avoidance and was a member of the tax committee of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).

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