2 New Tax Partners at Allotts in South Yorkshire

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Allotts Chartered Accountants has announced the appointment of two new Partners to strengthen their team and further build on their presence in the local business community. Steven Watson and Kirstie Williamson will be promoted to become partners of Allotts with effect from 1 May 2007. This will bring the total number of partners at the firm to eight.

Steven Watson is currently Principal Tax Manager. Before joining Allotts in 2004 Steve worked with Deloittes and PKF. He has a wide range of knowledge in a variety of areas but has particular specialisms in tax planning and mitigation for business clients ranging from small and medium sized enterprises to multinational groups.

Kirstie Williamson is currently Senior Tax Manager in charge of Capital Taxes and Trusts. Kirstie has previously worked at PwC and Ernst & Young both in their UK and US offices before joining Allotts in 2004. She has built up a strong specialism within the firm by offering advice to clients on inheritance tax and estate planning with a primary focus on retaining wealth within the family. Kirstie also specialises in overseas tax matters particularly in respect of emigration and the purchase of property overseas.

Commenting on the changes, Tony Grice, managing partner at Allotts commented, “All of the current Partners are delighted to welcome our new colleagues, although of course they are both very well established members of the team. That’s why I can say, with absolute confidence, that they will contribute to the continuing growth and success of Allotts Chartered Accountants, and more importantly will help to ensure that we continue to give our clients the very highest level of quality and service, across South Yorkshire and beyond. These appointments are a clear signal to our clients, potential clients and indeed to our competitors that we not only have able people, but that we are willing to develop them too.”

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