Rawlinson & Hunter announces 2 new directors

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Rawlinson & Hunter LLP, the UK’s largest combined firm of Chartered Accountants and Chartered Tax Advisers, has announced the appointment of two new Directors.

Jeremy Stein joined Rawlinson & Hunter as a Chartered Tax Adviser in August 2016 and provides tax compliance and advisory services to his client base. Jeremy’s client portfolio includes UK resident non-domiciled individuals and their associated structures, including offshore trusts and companies, as well as dealing with non-resident individuals. His clients are primarily High Net Worth or Ultra High Net Worth. Jeremy has wide-ranging advisory experience but has a particular interest in UK residence, domicile, remittance planning issues, and has specialist knowledge of the UK’s Statutory Residence Test. Jeremy’s previous experience gained in a Big 4 and mid-tier accountancy firm includes advising a wide range of clients on their UK personal tax affairs including MPs, Lords, international musicians, entrepreneurs, wealthy individuals and families, and internationally mobile senior executives.

Alan Ive, Partner and Head of the Private Client Tax Team, commented: ‘Jeremy has served the Firm for nearly 8 years. His promotion recognises his methodical and detailed approach to advising our clients on their complex tax affairs. Advising our non-UK domiciled individuals on the current rules, and their proposed changes, requires an in-depth understanding of the law and the client’s full background and circumstances. Jeremy’s skills enable these clients to determine the right solution for them, whilst offering a premium and tailored service’

Dan Taylor is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Adviser, providing tax advisory and compliance services to a range of clients across sectors. He advises on a range of corporate tax areas within specialisms including corporate structuring and restructuring, employee share schemes, transaction support, and tax due diligence and company share valuations for tax purposes. Dan works closely with clients to provide tax advice which is pragmatic, clear and commercially-led. Dan originally joined Rawlinson & Hunter in 1996 and left the firm in 2014 following a family relocation to Yorkshire. Hybrid working provided the ideal opportunity for Dan to return to the firm in 2021 and he now splits his working week between London and Yorkshire.

James Randall, Partner and Head of the Business Services Team, commented: ‘This promotion recognises the fantastic contribution that Dan has made to our Business Tax Group since returning to Rawlinson & Hunter in 2021. Dan is incredibly well respected by his clients and colleagues alike and he brings a wealth of experience and positivity to every project that comes his way.’

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