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Gillespie Macandrew appoints further tax advisers
Legal firm Gillespie Macandrew has added to its tax and private client team with the recruitment of two new specialist advisers.
Chartered accountant Anne Marie Renz joins as a tax director. With over 20 years’ experience advising on an extensive range of personal and business tax issues, including business structuring and strategic capital gains tax and inheritance tax planning, she has particular expertise in property tax issues advising developers, investors and landowners on areas such as LBTT, VAT and capital allowances.
Law graduate Alison Pryde, who becomes a senior tax manager, has extensive experience of personal tax, working within the "Big Four” accounting firms. She advises a variety of clients including individuals, trusts, partnerships and landed estates particularly in relation to inheritance and capital gains tax and the taxation of land. Her new role includes the management of Gillespie Macandrew’s tax returns team.
Both are experienced chartered tax advisers (CTAs).
Fiona Morton, chair of Gillespie Macandrew, commented: “Tax is a very important service at Gillespie Macandrew as it plays a key part in virtually all private client, commercial and property transactions. I am delighted to welcome Anne Marie and Alison to both the team and the firm. Their expertise will further strengthen this experienced team and help drive further expansion in one of our key growth areas.”