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Andersen Global’s collaborator firm expands UK presence

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Birmingham-based firm Claritas Tax has opened an office in Manchester in a move that extends the reach of Andersen Global in the UK.

Founded in 2012, Claritas Tax advises a wide range of clients including venture capital and private equity funds on key transactions, intellectual property and corporate reorganisations.

Managing Partner Iain Wright founded the firm after working at KPMG and RSM for more than 15 years. Partner Matt Hodgson will lead the Manchester practice. In the past, Hodgson has worked for Deloitte, EY and PwC.

The UK firm signed a collaboration agreement with Andersen Global in December 2018. Andersen Tax has developed a strong presence in the UK, including Mark Davis & Associates, Milestone International and RBC VAT.

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