Martin Edhouse joins Francis Clark

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Francis Clark has expanded its tax team with the recruitment of Martin Edhouse.

Mr. Edhouse began his career as an Inspector of Taxes before joining Ernst & Young in Exeter. He next joined KPMG in the city as a corporate tax manager before leaving full-time practice to become a lecturer on professional taxation courses at Thames Valley University. He retained contact with Exeter whilst carrying out tax consultancy work for a local firm of chartered accountants.

Mr. Edhouse eventually returned to working in Devon when he became a senior technical editor for specialist tax and business publishers, CCH Editions.

Five years ago he extended his professional output by becoming a teaching fellow at the University of Exeter, where he still works part time as a tax lecturer running a module on practical tax for second and third year accounting, finance and economics undergraduates which allows them to fast-track within the accountancy profession.

Mr. Edhouse has joined Francis Clark as a technical consultant. He will be in charge of managing the firm’s taxation knowledge and making it easily accessible to all taxation teams across the firm, in Taunton, Exeter, Newton Abbot, Tavistock, Plymouth and Torquay. He will also run in-house and client training sessions and become involved in consultancy work at Francis Clark, which provides taxation consultancy to over 200 other accountancy firms around the UK. He will also write technical taxation articles for the firm, for regional and national consumption.

Steve Collins, partner and head of taxation at Francis Clark, commented: “We are delighted that Martin has agreed to join the firm. He is a taxation expert who can talk the talk and walk the walk, and we are looking forward to his input which will result in a still further effective and efficient taxation service for clients.”

Martin Edhouse added: “I have worked with and known a number of partners at Francis Clark and have always held the firm in high esteem. I am looking forward to working with the firm’s growing taxation team to create a knowledge base and working structure that will benefit clients and the firm.”

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