KPMG UK taps indirect tax specialist, Michael Camburn, from Ryan Tax Services
KPMG in the UK has appointed Michael Camburn as an Indirect Tax Partner where he will focus on KPMG’s betting, gaming and technology practice.
Mike Camburn has 17 years experience in indirect taxes, having worked across a number of sectors, in particular, the betting, gaming, technology and information sectors.
He joins KPMG from Ryan Tax Services (UK), where he was the Managing Director of its London office. There, he directed and managed a number of multi-jurisdiction tax projects for clients that operated in the technology and telecoms hardware sectors, where he worked with cross-jurisdictional teams in order to implement tax related software solutions for clients.
Richard Hathaway, Head of Travel, Leisure & Tourism at KPMG, said:
“I’m very pleased to welcome Mike to KPMG. Our Travel, Leisure & Tourism practice is a dynamic part of our business and we are investing substantially in key business areas such as betting and gaming. As a senior tax professional, Mike’s experience and skills will play an important part in driving forward our ambitious growth plans for this sector and will help expand out technical and advisory capabilities into different areas.”
Mike Camburn, said:
“I am delighted to be joining KPMG, at a time when the indirect tax landscape in the betting and gaming sector continues to evolve with new challenges and opportunities for our clients and for their customers; in particular, those presented by the growth of online media distribution channels coupled with developments in technology continue to present a number of dynamic opportunities. As this market continues to mature over the next few years, I hope to continue to further develop KPMG’s existing betting and gaming practice.”