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KPMG UK has a new head of tax

Michelle Quest

Michelle Quest has been appointed to lead the tax, pensions and legal services division at KPMG in the UK.

Quest joined KPMG in 1997 and has been a tax partner at the firm for 12 years. She has held a number of senior roles, including head of the UK private equity and EMA M&A tax practices, as well as lead client partner specialising in international tax.

Quest replaces Karen Briggs, who now leads KPMG’s solutions practice and sits on the executive committee of the board in the UK. 

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