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UYH expands Nottingham tax team

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Nottingham-based accountancy firm UHY Hacker Young has strengthened its taxation department with the appointment of five new team members.

Rebecca Martindale will significantly bolster the firm’s family offering, bringing with her a wealth of experience in advising on matters relating to trusts.

The STEP qualified senior manager will be joined by tax seniors Iain Wheat and Kim Cottee, who specialise in corporate tax and personal tax respectively, and trainees Matthew Jones and Hannah Kasem.

Simon Browning, tax partner at UHY Hacker Young, said: “We have been able to recruit some really talented people across different grades and service lines, all of whom will bring something slightly different to the firm.

“Rebecca is an expert in all things trust related and will really bolster that area of the business with her specialist experience, which will enable us to offer our clients a broader range of advice on family matters.

“Iain and Kim both have a wealth of expertise in their specialist areas and will be fantastic additions to the team. Hannah and Matthew are already proving to both be excellent trainees and will be working towards their ATT qualifications while supporting the team with client work.”

The new recruits join the team at an exciting time for UHY Hacker Young which has recently relocated its Nottingham operation to new premises in Park Row.

Managing partner at the firm, Phil Oliver, said: “Our team here in Nottingham is growing all the time and we are very pleased that these five talented tax professionals have joined us in recent weeks.

“Rebecca has a very specialist set of skills that will help us to better support our clients with matters relating to family trusts, while Kim and Iain will bolster our offering within the team, which is fantastic.

“Investing in our team is hugely important to us and we are looking forward to helping Matthew and Hannah, a recent graduate from the University of Nottingham, to develop their careers here at UHY.”

The new recruits are the latest additions to the Nottingham team at UHY Hacker Young, which recently added partner Roger Merchant to its ranks in the city.

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