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Fortus appoints David McGeachy as head of VAT

McGeachy spent over seven years as national head of VAT at Saffrey Champness, and has also worked as a VAT advisor at PwC and KPMG

Business advisory and accountancy firm Fortus has announced the appointment of David McGeachy as head of VAT at the company.

McGeachy provides the role with over two decades of VAT advisory experience, bringing with him expertise in developing solutions to address clients’ challenging business needs.

Prior to joining Fortus, McGeachy spent over seven years as national head of VAT at Saffrey Champness, and has also worked as a VAT advisor at PwC and KPMG.

He said: “I’m delighted to be joining the Fortus team and supporting its continued growth at what is an exciting time for the business. 

“My focus will be to use my expertise and experience to help Fortus’ clients solve challenges posed by the current economic climate, Brexit and the rapid pace of change in how business is done across all sectors.”

McGeachy advises clients across all sectors on property tax issues, also working on EU supply chain advisory tasks.

Having also specialised in resolving disputes with HMRC, he will now be tasked with supporting businesses finding bespoke solutions to their specific needs.

Nathan Tinkler, COO at the company, said that the appointment is “another pivotal moment” in Fortus’s long-term business plan.

He added: “The experience and expertise he brings is going to be vital for the whole Fortus team and business. 

“We’re excited to have him on board, as this further broadens our offering to both current and future clients.”

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