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PKF Smith Cooper partner joins CLA tax committee

Since its inception, the CLA has lobbied to protect members’ interests at local and national levels

PKF Smith Cooper has revealed that its head of private client services and landed estates, Catherine Desdmond has joined the Country Landowners’ Association’s (CLA) tax committee.

Since its inception, the CLA has lobbied to protect members’ interests at local and national levels.

Prior to beginning her tax career, Desdmond completed a law degree, moving on to qualify as a chartered tax advisor specialising in private wealth and landed estates.

She said: “I am delighted to be able to play my part and look forward to hearing views from clients and contacts on the impacts taxation policy has on the rural economy that can be taken forward to the committee.

“This is a fantastic opportunity to utilise the expertise I’ve gathered over the years, whilst also gaining valuable insights from others on the tax committee. I look forward to the continued development of my relationship with the CLA and getting started.”

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