Two former eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35s have been promoted to associate directors at US and UK tax advisory and compliance company Frank Hirth.
Glenn Snow and Matthew Pannell were both named in the Top 35 list in 2017, with Mr Snow also making the 2016 list. They joined Frank Hirth in 2006 and 2007 respectively, and have both developed experience in advising high net worth and high-profile clients with both US and UK tax reporting requirements.
Mr Snow has knowledge of UK and US tax reporting and compliance regulation and is considered an expert in US expatriation for US citizens and green card holders. He oversees a wide range of staff from tax preparers to managers and has been involved with internal training and processes. He also sits on the firm’s management committee.
Mr Pannell’s specialises in the issues affecting privately owned businesses, including the US controlled foreign corporation (CFC) and passive foreign investment company (PFIC) rules affecting US citizens investing overseas. He manages a team of private client practitioners within this field, and provides complex consultancy and compliance services to international individuals with inter-related personal and business tax issues. Mr Pannell also advises high profile individuals on complex tax planning.
Ross Annand, James Arrowsmith, Daniel Crouch, Emily Walton, Helen French, Kavit Nathwani and John Sneddon have also been promoted to senior manager, in Frank Hirth’s largest string of end of year promotions in recent years.
Frank Hirth was recently named as one of the 2018 eprivateclient Top Accountancy Firms.
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