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Clare Hartnell arrives at FTI Consulting


Clare Hartnell has joined FTI Consulting as a senior managing director in the firm’s European tax advisory practice.

She will focus on real estate tax, working closely with Marvin Rust, the head of the practice.

Hartnell, who has more than 25 years of experience in advising real-estate businesses on tax, will advise property businesses ranging from regeneration projects to significant investors and developers on commercial and tax issues. She was formerly global leader of Grant Thornton’s real estate & construction practice and before that was a senior manager at BDO, advising clients ranging from privately owned businesses to international funds.

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