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Andersen Tax UK announces senior arrivals

Andersen Tax UK has announced three senior appointments to the business with Kevin Hindley and Warren Howells joining the firm’s partnership, as well as fellow team member Musa Sabo as senior manager.

Hindley has been appointed as the head of corporation tax and real estate tax in the UK. He is an “experienced tax practitioner” with over 20 years in the profession. He advises a variety of clients across several sectors but has a key focus on real estate.

Prior to joining Andersen, Hindley was head of boutique corporate and international tax consultancy, K Hindley Limited, and before that he was managing director at global professional services firm, Alvarez and Marsal.

Howells joins as a partner in the corporate tax group in Andersen’s UK office. He has 20 years’ experience advising clients, ranging from small and medium sized enterprises, private equity backed businesses to large multinational groups. He primarily works with UK groups and UK subsidiaries of international groups.

He also trained at the UK’s largest tax consultancy firm, Chiltern Plc before transferring to BDO LLP where he spent 10 years in the Corporate M&A team. Howells joined Hindley at K Hindley Limited in January 2019.

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Sabo has been appointed as senior manager at Andersen Tax UK and his clients will include listed property developers, OMBs and a hotel operating business. After qualifying as a chartered accountant and chartered tax adviser, he spent four years working at a FTSE listed business before joining Andersen.

Managing partner and head of the private client group in the UK, Julian Nelberg said: “Kevin, Warren and Musa are excellent additions to the team. Their work ethos and dedication mirrors Andersen Tax’s core values of stewardship and being the best-in-class, and their appointments will further consolidate our unique capabilities in UK and cross-border tax matters.”

Hindley added: “We are delighted to be joining the team at Andersen Tax. Warren, Musa and I are very much looking forward to working closely with our new colleagues to strengthen our service offering to UK and international private and corporate clients.”

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