Moore Stephens has appointed three new partners as it looks to strengthen its international presence.
The UK-headquartered accounting and advisory firm has appointed Timothy Fussell, Kevin Phillips and Vincent Wood as partners to operate from its London office.
The trio will be responsible for building contacts and raising awareness of the company’s business tax services in the UK and overseas.
All three of the hires have previous experience in advising on international tax issues.
On the appointment, Phillips said: “By building relationships with colleagues internationally, we can advise clients looking to expand overseas, and those wanting to invest in UK operations.
“Moore Stephens already has a strong Business Tax team,” says Timothy Fussell, who becomes head of the firm’s Business Tax Group. “By joining them, we see great potential to build on this capability, providing additional expert resource to help meet clients needs, both in the UK and internationally.”
Vincent Wood, like his colleagues, has advised domestic and international business clients across a range of sectors. “This is an exciting opportunity to enhance the Moore Stephens tax brand by applying our complementary skills for the benefit of Moore Stephens’ clients,” he says. “The firm is respected for the quality of its business tax advice and we look forward to raising its profile even higher