KPMG trio

ACCOUNTANCY firm KPMG strengthening its tax services to local businesses at its East Anglian office with the arrival of several new members of staff. Julie Steel, who spent the first 12 years of her career at BDO Stoy Hayward in Chelmsford, takes on the role of tax director with the corporate tax team.

ACCOUNTANCY firm KPMG strengthening its tax services to local businesses at its East Anglian office with the arrival of several new members of staff.

Julie Steel, who spent the first 12 years of her career at BDO Stoy Hayward in Chelmsford, takes on the role of tax director with the corporate tax team.

She specialises in providing tax advice to privately owned companies and is experienced in the delivery of a wide range of tax services from compliance through to mergers and acquisitions transaction support and structuring, and succession and exit planning.

Caroline Brooks re-joins KPMG as indirect tax manager, having spent four years with Grant Thornton. She has a wealth of experience in advising a wide range of businesses across all indirect taxes and has specialist VAT knowledge in the not for profit and charitable sectors. In addition to advising on VAT matters, Caroline has also provided advice on environmental taxes including landfill tax, climate change levy and aggregates levy.


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Also joining the regional team is Greg Limb, a private client partner who has recently transferred into the region from Leeds, where he has worked for KPMG since 1997. Greg brings a wealth of experience and knowledge that enables him to give practical yet innovative tax advice on the complex business arrangements of entrepreneurs, their families and trusts.

Helen Sant, Head of Tax for KPMG East Anglia, said: “The East Anglian tax practice has grown by over 25% in each of the past three years and the appointment of Julie and Caroline and the arrival of the private client group will strengthen our team and help us achieve our future growth objectives. They will focus on the Suffolk and Essex markets in particular and I am delighted to welcome them on board.”

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