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Nick Woodward joins Dow Schofield Watts

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Independent advisory business Dow Schofield Watts has appointed Nick Woodward as partner in its new tax advisory practice.

Woodward specialises in mergers and acquisition tax with significant international business experience. He joins from the global private equity firm the Gores Group, where he led key transactions and was instrumental in the restructuring of portfolio companies such as German telecoms company Unify and UK bakery and milling business Hovis.

Leading DSW Tax Advisory, Woodward will work alongside other businesses within the group including corporate finance, transaction services and DSW’s private equity firm, PHD Equity Partners.

Woodward has more than 18 years of experience in tax and finance. Woodward previously worked with Grant Thornton and KPMG, where he advised major names such as Odeon and UCI Cinemas, 3663 and JD Sports.

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