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Fiona Fernie joins Blick Rothenberg as dispute resolution partner

Fiona Fernie

Blick Rothenberg has appointed Fiona Fernie as a partner in its tax investigations and dispute resolution team in the UK.

Fernie joins from Blick Rothenberg from Pinsent Masons, where she was the head of the tax investigations team for three years. Previously, she worked at BDO and before that at PwC.

Fernie is a chartered accountant and trusts and estates practitioner with more than 30 years of experience working on resolving disputes and queries raised by HMRC. She specialises in working with complex private clients and managing their interactions with HMRC.


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