PKF strengthens tax team in ongoing search for new talent

05 August 2022

Accountancy and advisory firm PKF Smith Cooper has expanded its specialist tax team with eight recent recruits, including one manager, two assistant managers and three consultants.

 The new additions have bolstered the company’s specialist tax provision across at its Derby, Nottingham and Birmingham offices.

In addition to hiring new talent, PKF Smith Cooper has been investing in the development of existing team members, with six promotions across the company last month including Charlotte Morgan’s promotion to corporate tax senior manager and Megan Whiley’s to tax manager.

Natasha Scott, tax advisory partner at PKF Smith Cooper, said: “Our team is our greatest asset and we look forward to working with our newest tax recruits and seeing the impact they will have on our Firm.

“PKF Smith Cooper was built on the hard work and commitment of our team, which is why investing in top talent remains one of our priorities. We need an ambitious team to deliver our ambitious plans for the future, and we continue to look for opportunities to recruit and develop people.

“Whether you’re an experienced specialist in your field or an apprentice or graduate looking to start your career, we have a variety of career opportunities across our service lines.”

The new team members are Robert McClelland (indirect tax manager), Tony Chamberlain (assistant indirect tax manager), Chris Cutting (assistant indirect tax manager), Janice Lo (private tax consultant), Jack Purkis (personal tax consultant), Vanessa Johnson (tax senior), Vasif Naseer (tax assistant) and Mohini Dhiresh (tax assistant).

Pictured: Tax partners at PKF Smith Cooper (l to r): Gary Devonshire, Natasha Scott, Gavin West an Adam Rollason

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