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UHY Hacker Young Manchester appoints tax partner

Denye brings 25 years of experience to the role, including three years at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and seven years at KPMG

UHY Hacker Young has appointed Simon Denye as a tax partner for its Manchester office as the firm looks to continue expansion in 2022.

Denye has 25 years of experience as a tax adviser, including three years at PwC and seven years at KPMG, and he joins UHY Hacker Young from ETC Tax, a specialist tax consultancy where he was an associate director.

He is an expert in tax due diligence and an expert at working with owner managed businesses, having held senior roles within regional independent accountancy practices for thirteen years.

Denye works across all areas of tax but specialises in advising on the tax aspects of corporate transactions, including M&A, demergers and restructuring.

Denye said: “I am delighted to be joining the Manchester team, who share my passion for exceptional client service. This is such a very exciting time as we build on our success and continue to grow.”

“UHY Hacker Young has a well-earned reputation for working hard to provide quality services to its clients, nationally and globally. When the opportunity came, I did not hesitate to join.”

Mark Robertson, managing partner at UHY Hacker Young, added: “I am delighted Simon has decided to join us. He holds exceptional tax knowledge and experience, and he will be a valuable addition to our existing strong tax team.”

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