As part of on-going company expansion, Haines Watts Chartered Accountants in Liverpool has welcomed a new Tax Partner to its award winning team.
With more than two decades’ worth of knowledge and industry experience, David Waddington will now work alongside the Victoria Street firm’s four directors and will be responsible for a wide range of tax matters; consulting and working with a large number of clients across a broad range of sectors.
David, 48, said: “I’m very excited to be joining the team at Haines Watts Liverpool as it has an impressive reputation of being one of the UK’s most renowned accountancy businesses. Having practised within my own company since 2005, I look forward to returning to a fast-paced workplace environment and working closely alongside other team members.
“As well as offering normal tax advice and planning to high net worth individuals I have also been involved in International Tax Planning Strategies taking advantage of Double Taxation Treaties saving clients substantial amounts of tax.“
Haines Watts Chartered Accountants is a national firm that provides a range of accountancy services and business advice to over 35,000 clients across the UK. The award-winning organisation was recently crowned Accountancy Firm of the Year at the 2015 FDs’ Excellence Awards for the fourth year running based on the votes of their core client base – owner managed businesses.
Director of Haines Watts Liverpool Des Veney said: “The team and I are thrilled to welcome David on board. He certainly brings with him an impressive resume, having worked with some of the UK’s top accountants on a number of high profile cases. After obtaining such a varied wealth of knowledge throughout his career, David is undoubtedly a valuable addition to the team here at Haines Watts Liverpool.“
For more information about Haines Watts visit www.hwca.com/accountants-liverpool or call 0151 227 3463.
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