Saffery Champness makes up 3 new tax partners, all internal appointments
Saffery Champness has announced 3 new additions to its partnership: Adam Kay, David McGeachy, and Sally Thomas.
Adam Kay has been a key member of the transaction tax team in the firm’s London office for 12 years. He originally joined the firm from Rawlinson & Hunter and his work focuses on tax planning and technical issues associated with commercial transactions and dealing with tax problems and projects covering all aspects of personal, corporate and trust taxation.
David McGeachy joined Saffery Champness as a VAT senior manager in September 2013, and his previous experience includes roles at both PwC and KPMG. He will work to develop further the firm’s VAT practice, alongside fellow partner and leading charities VAT adviser Russell Moore.
Sally Thomas joined the Harrogate office of Saffery Champness three years ago, and previously worked for PwC in Leeds as a Senior Manager. A qualified Chartered Tax Adviser and with nearly three decades of experience, she leads the firm’s tax capability in Harrogate and continues to enhance the team’s reputation in the private client area in the North of England. She will work alongside fellow partners Martin Holden, Jonathan Davis and Alison Robinson.