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Deloitte announces new tax partners

Deloitte, the business advisory firm, has announced the promotion of 13 new partners within its tax practice in the UK, Switzerland and the UK Crown Dependencies.

Ian Barnes, an international corporate tax specialist. He advises UK listed groups and overseas headquartered groups investing into the UK.

Gary Campbell is a member of the indirect tax team, specialising in financial services. He advises on a variety of VAT issues for retail and investment banks, commodities traders, hedge fund managers and exchanges. He is also involved in advising on the design and effectiveness of indirect tax systems in many jurisdictions around the world.

Ferdinando Mercuri leads the corporate tax practice of the Lausanne region in Switzerland. He works with multinational groups on Swiss and international tax projects, including M&A and the relocation of businesses to Switzerland.

Stephen Nuttall advises multinational groups on a wide range of tax issues. His expertise lies in providing tax advice to overseas headquartered groups investing into the UK, notably around large scale acquisitions and disposals.

Matt Townsend specialises in providing tax advice to private equity funds in relation to real estate, or real estate backed transactions, in the UK, Europe and Asia.

James Warwick is based in London as part of the global employer services team. He is focused primarily on the financial services industry, but works with large employers from a broad range of sectors. He advises employers on the taxation of pay and reward, managing their employment tax risks and compliance obligations.

Peter Gurr is a member of the tax management consulting team. He has extensive experience of tax compliance and reporting outsourcing, with particular expertise in the energy & resources sectors. He also specialises in tax risk and the transformation of tax compliance and reporting processes, including implementation of technology solutions.

Kylie Gregge has more than 11 years experience specialising in R&D tax relief in the UK and originally in Australia, particularly in the energy and infrastructure industry.

Jo Huxtable has responsibility for the tax teams across Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man. Since moving offshore she has been involved in advising on a wide variety of direct and indirect tax issues in industries covering banking, private equity, property and local trading operations.

Martin Moore leads the firm’s service to US headquartered law firms and their partners with UK and other international offices. He specialises in advising professional partnerships on global tax planning and reserving.

Anthony Stobart is an international corporate tax specialist. His particular expertise lies in providing tax advice to UK and international groups, specifically in the energy & resources sector and with a focus on India and Russia.

Rachel Taylor is the tax lead for finance transformation, specialising in the configuration of enterprise resource planning systems and the optimisation of data for cash savings. Her finance transformation experience covers business operating model enhancements, supply chain requirements, tax within shared service centres and process improvements.

Garry Tetley is a corporate tax specialist who leads the firm’s entrepreneurial business tax team in Scotland. He advises a wide range of privately held businesses on tax efficient structuring, and has a particular focus on private equity portfolio companies and the real estate industry.



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