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Mercer & Hole appoints Mark Pashley as senior partner

Accountancy firm Mercer and Hole has announced the appointment of Mark Pashley as senior partner of its corporate and business tax team.

Pashley joined from Grant Thornton, where he held the position of tax director, having previously held senior roles at ‘Big Four’ accountancy firm PwC and BDO.

He has experience in advising businesses on employee incentive schemes, profit extraction options, R&D tax credits, advice on capital allowances, business sales, and on commercial property portfolios. 

Pashley also has experience in understanding and practical application of the UK tax landscape, with an extensive knowledge of tax as it affects fast-growing and successful owner-managed businesses.

Pashley said he is “thrilled” to be joining the firm when the “demand for practical advice matched with technical knowledge has never been greater.”

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Managing partner, Paul Maberly, added: “I am delighted to welcome Mark to the firm.His personable approach and desire to thoroughly understand the personal and corporate objectives of his clients is a great fit with the culture we have here at Mercer and Hole.

“His appointment provides us with exciting opportunities to further enhance the quality of the service we offer. Specifically, Mark’s expertise in R&D tax credits claims will be of considerable potential benefit to our many entrepreneurial and tech clients.”

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