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BDO invests in two new tax partners

The two new partners a combined 35 years of experience advising tax clients

Accountancy and business advisory firm BDO LLP has further strengthened its tax expertise with the appointment of two new partners.

Ed Gibson joins the firm as an international tax partner having spent almost 20 years advising clients on global tax requirements. BDO said Gibson’s role at the firm will see him utilise this expertise, advising clients on a wide range of international tax issues including those related to overseas expansion, cross-border transactions and international restructuring. Based in the North West, he joins from Deloitte.

Radeep Mathew also joins as a partner in the firm’s tax team. Mathew’s role at BDO will see him focus on advising clients on issues around R&D tax incentives and innovation strategies.

He has over 15 years’ of experience advising a wide range of clients from owner managed businesses to larger corporations with an international presence. He joins from the consultancy firm Leyton and will be based in London.

Paul Eagland, managing partner at BDO, said: “Businesses are facing a myriad of complex tax legislation and changes, including a major reform to R&D and a new global tax deal.

“Our ongoing investment in high-quality appointments allow us to help our clients deal with these challenges, as they grow their businesses. Both Ed and Radeep have a great deal of experience in their respective areas and I have no doubt that they will be brilliant additions to the team at BDO.”

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