PwC UK promotes Ben Roseff and Tom Birch
PwC has announced the appointments of new partners across its Northern and Scotland practices including two new tax partners.
Ben Roseff joined PwC in 2011 from a mid-tier firm having started his career at HMRC. Over the last 14 years he has specialised in advising his clients on how to manage all aspects of their relationship with the tax authority, helping them to resolve contentious disputes and proactively manage their tax risks. Ben is an expert negotiator with broad experience in direct tax compliance matters. Ben is based in Manchester and will lead PwC’s Tax Dispute Centre of Excellence in the North. Ben’s focus will be to continue to grow the centre of excellence’s revenues by bringing the firms service offerings to market across the new North and Central regions.
Tom Birch joined PwC in 2014 from KPMG. A chartered tax advisor and renowned specialist in this field Tom uses his wealth of experience, lateral thinking mind and the talent of his team to help clients deliver tax digitally, strategically and operationally. Tom, who is based in Manchester, runs PwC’s operational indirect taxes and making tax digital initiatives. As partner Tom will continue to lead the Indirect Tax Reporting & Strategy practice, focused on driving these services forward to solve important problems for PwC’s UK and international clients.