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BDO appoints two new partners

Caroline Harwood joins the company as a partner in the employment tax team and will be based in London, she brings over 25 years of experience advising clients on employment tax and share plans

BDO has announced it has appointed Caroline Harwood and Raoul Rambau to partner this month.

Harwood joins the company as a partner in the employment tax team and will be based in London, she brings over 25 years of experience advising clients on employment tax and share plans.

Alongside advising the firm’s clients, she will support the further growth of the employment tax team and help shape the team’s vision for the future.

Rambaut joins BDO’s risk advisory team and will also be based in London, he has expertise across the advisory space in areas including internal audit, Sarbanes Oxley assurance, technology risk, data privacy and third party assurance.

He will also aim to help grow the firm’s risk advisory team further and have a focus on advising larger, listed corporates with complex structures and processes. His work will span a range of sectors including, real estate and construction, consumer markets, manufacturing and technology and media.

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Paul Eagland, managing partner at BDO, said: “I am pleased to be welcoming Caroline and Raoul to the firm today. Both new partners bring a wealth of experience that will be a huge asset to BDO’s tax and risk advisory teams and support the continued growth of these areas of the business.

“Despite the impacts of the pandemic, we are still seeing robust growth and appetite for our skills and knowledge. Since the start of this year we have grown our expertise thanks to the appointments and promotions of a number of new partners, making us better equipped to help our clients navigate this period of uncertainty.”

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