4 new tax partners at Smith & Williamson: read their bios

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Smith & Williamson has announced promotions to partner for 2017, including 4 new tax partners:

Matthew Watts TaxMatthew Watts, Business Tax, London

Matthew has extensive experience advising on international group structures, acquisitions and disposals, transfer pricing and international tax planning. He also works with companies in the video games and technology sectors, as this is sector which he is passionate about.

Julia Rosenbloom TaxJulia Rosenbloom, Private Client Tax, Birmingham

Julia originally trained as a Solicitor with a large commercial law firm and subsequently qualified as a Chartered Tax Adviser. She is also a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.

Julia advises on all areas of tax planning focusing, in particular, on high net worth individuals and owner managed businesses. She heads the private client tax services team in Birmingham.

Krista Woodman TaxKrista Woodman, Private Client Tax, Cheltenham

Krista looks after the tax affairs of high net worth individuals, their families, companies, entrepreneurs and trusts, delivering practical and commercial tax solutions to give my clients peace of mind.

She advises individuals with an international aspect to their lives, such as UK Non-Doms, non-UK residents and internationally mobile individuals, as well as members of International Pension Plans. She also provide expert tax witness reports for legal proceedings on divorce/professional negligence.

Lee Webster, Private Client Tax, Salisbury

Lee joined Smith & Williamson as a graduate in 2003. He initially specialised in professional partnerships before moving to the private client sector, where he deals with a wide range of technical areas. These areas include succession planning on family estates, high-net-worth individuals, family businesses, bloodstock clients and general taxation advice.
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