Clement Keys grows tax team
Chartered accountants Clement Keys has strengthened its tax department with the appointment of a new tax manager, Adam Longmore and a tax trainee James Capel.
Adam has 15 years’ experience in corporate tax work having spent time with a mid-tier national accounting practice and a Wolverhampton based independent firm. He will specialise in compliance and specialist tax advice, enhancing and expanding Clement Keys tax department expertise.
James is a graduate trainee and joined the firm earlier this year having completed an MSc in Economics at the University of Glasgow.
“We are delighted to welcome both Adam and James to the team,” says Manny Sahota, tax partner at Clement Keys. “These appointments reflect the growth in demand for our specialist tax services as we operate in an environment of ever changing legislation in relation to corporation tax.
“We recognise that the increasingly complex taxation framework is placing more and more pressure on businesses and their owners. We remain committed to providing the very best possible technical and commercial advice coupled with and highest standards of client service to help our clients negotiate the tax maze.”
Established in 1885, chartered accountants Clement Keys LLP offer a range of general accountancy, auditing and business advice services. Specialist services include taxation planning, property service charges, pension schemes, charities and not for profit organisations, entertainment and sport, fully listed, AIM and PLUS Markets businesses and European and Local Authority auditing.
Clement Keys LLP has 11 partners and is a member of PrimeGlobal, one of the world’s largest international accounting affiliations for independent professional accounting services.
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