16 new tax partners at Deloitte UK

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Deloitte has announced the promotion of 16 new partners within its Tax practice, eight of whom become full equity partners in the firm.
Andrew Hodge, the managing partner for Tax at Deloitte, commented: “I am delighted to welcome such a talented group of leaders to the senior roles in our firm.  At Deloitte we set the bar high for the contribution that our partners make across the board: consistently exceptional client service, technical excellence, and acting as inspiring role models for our people.  I am excited by the contribution our new partners will make to the future success of our clients, who are facing tough and unpredictable market environments.”
The new partners are:
Ian Barnes – based in St Albans, Ian is an international corporate tax specialist.  His particular expertise lies in providing tax advice to both UK listed groups and overseas headquartered groups investing into the UK.  Ian has also been a key member of the team leading the Deloitte offering around innovative ways of funding defined benefit pension schemes.  Ian has been with Deloitte for nine years, including eight years operating in the Birmingham office.
Gary Campbell – based in London, Gary is a member of the indirect tax team, specialising in financial services.  He advises on a variety of VAT issues for retail and investment banks, commodities traders, hedge fund managers and exchanges.  He is also involved in advising on the design and effectiveness of indirect tax systems in many jurisdictions around the world.  Gary joined Deloitte in 2002. 
Ferdinando Mercuri – based in Switzerland, Ferdinando leads the corporate tax practice of the Lausanne region.  He has over 13 years of experience working with multinational groups on Swiss and international tax projects, including mergers and acquisitions and the relocation of businesses to Switzerland.  Previously, Ferdinando worked with BNP PARIBAS in Switzerland.  He also teaches tax law within the French-speaking region of Switzerland and he is responsible for the International Tax Module for the Swiss Tax Academy.
Stephen Nuttall – a corporate tax specialist, Stephen advises multinational groups on a wide range of tax issues.  His expertise lies in providing tax advice to overseas headquartered groups investing into the UK, notably around large scale acquisitions and disposals.  Stephen joined Deloitte in 2002 and is based in the Manchester office.
Nicola Roberts – one of the leading specialists in the taxation of international ultra high net worth clients in the UK, Nicola has become one of the firm’s youngest partners. She leads the Private Client Services relationship with a number of clients with a diverse range of complex business and multi-jurisdictional affairs.  She has been pivotal in winning international entrepreneurial clients from around the globe and has been involved in consultations with HM Treasury and HMRC regarding the future of the taxation of non-UK domiciliaries in the UK and the new statutory residence test.  Nicola joined Deloitte in 2008
Matt Townsend – based in the real estate tax practice in London, Matt specialises in providing tax advice to private equity funds in relation to real estate, or real estate backed transactions, in the UK, Europe and Asia.  Matt joined Deloitte in 2002 and has over 12 years experience in corporate tax. 
Richard Turnbull – an indirect tax specialist who leads Deloitte’s national education tax team.  He advises clients ranging from Universities and Colleges through to schools, government departments and non-departmental public bodies on tax issues associated with all aspects of their operations.  Based in Birmingham, Richard joined Deloitte in 1996 as its first direct entry VAT graduate, after completing an MSc in Nuclear Physics at the University of Liverpool. 
James Warwick – an employment tax specialist, James is based in London as part of the Global Employer Services team.  He is focussed primarily on the financial services industry, but works with large employers from a broad range of sectors.  James advises employers on the taxation of pay and reward, managing their employment tax risks and compliance obligations. He joined Deloitte in 2002.
Peter Gurr – based in London, Peter is a member of the tax management consulting team.  He has extensive experience of tax compliance and reporting outsourcing, with particular expertise in the energy & resources sectors.  He also specialises in tax risk and the transformation of tax compliance and reporting processes, including implementation of technology solutions.  Peter joined Deloitte in 1998 having qualified as a Chartered Accountant in general practice. 
Kylie Gregge – based in London, Kylie is a founding member of the R&D tax services team. She has over 11 years experience specialising in R&D tax relief in the UK and originally in Australia, particularly in the energy and infrastructure industry. Kylie is a qualified solicitor in Australia and joined Deloitte in 2002.
Jo Huxtable – based in Guernsey since 2003, Jo has responsibility for the tax teams across Guernsey, Jersey and the Isle of Man.  She originally specialised in UK corporate tax and VAT, and since moving offshore she has been involved in advising on a wide variety of direct and indirect tax issues in industries covering banking, private equity, property and local trading operations.  Jo joined Deloitte in 2002.
Martin Moore – leads the firm’s service to US headquartered law firms and their partners with UK and other international offices.  Martin specialises in advising professional partnerships on global tax planning and reserving, working alongside over 30 of these firms providing assistance, guidance and solutions in complex areas, drawing on the wealth of experience provided by specialists within Deloitte’s global network.  He joined Deloitte in 2002.
Anthony Stobart – based in London, Anthony is an international corporate tax specialist.  His particular expertise lies in providing tax advice to UK and international groups, specifically in the energy & resources sector and with a focus on India and Russia.  Anthony has been with Deloitte for fifteen years.
Rachel Taylor – is the tax lead for finance transformation, specialising in the configuration of enterprise resource planning systems and the optimisation of data for cash savings.  Her finance transformation experience covers business operating model enhancements, supply chain requirements, tax within shared service centres and process improvements.  Rachel has a degree in Law and has 17 years’ tax experience having previously held senior tax positions at HSBC and Barclays and was head of tax at Channel 4 Television. 
Garry Tetley – based in Edinburgh, Garry is a corporate tax specialist who leads the firm’s entrepreneurial business tax team in Scotland.  He advises a wide range of privately held businesses on tax efficient structuring, and has a particular focus on private equity portfolio companies and the real estate industry.  Garry has 14 years of experience and joined Deloitte in 2002.
Clive Tietjens – based in Reading, Clive is a transfer pricing specialist.  He advises on supply chain structures and expertise in both planning and compliance, particularly in the technology sector.  Clive works with both UK and non-UK based multinational organisations.  He has significant experience in addressing the tax issues that arise from business model change around transfer pricing, permanent establishment and exit charges.  Clive joined Deloitte in 2005.

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