Esther Wood and Simon Sutcliffe have joined Blick Rothenberg’s accounting, tax and advisory practice as partners.
Ms Wood joins Blick Rothenberg’s business group, specialising in audit, accounting and business advisory. During her career, she has gained a wide range of experience, primarily focusing on working with high net worth individuals including international artists, and with small to medium sized companies, many of them owner managed and across a broad range of sectors.
Ms Wood has a particular interest in the media and entertainment sector, and in individuals with a creative bias.
Mr Sutcliffe joins the indirect tax team, specialising in customs and excise duties and customs advisory, as well as indirect tax disputes and litigation. He brings nearly 30 years’ experience in law enforcement, intelligence, indirect tax and excise duties at senior levels within the police, customs and professional services.
His experience also extends to bespoke advisory services on customs tariffs, classification of goods and services, registration requirements for various HMRC importation regimes and reliefs, and the potential impact of Brexit on those regimes. Additionally, he advises organisations that are in dispute with UK and overseas customs authorities and law enforcement agencies.
Nilesh Shah, chief executive of Blick Rothenberg, said: “Our success in attracting top people from a variety of backgrounds, who want to be part of our ambitious growth strategy, is what sets us apart and we continue to look for other similarly talented people as we expand our practice.
“Esther and Simon are fantastic additions to the team who bring a wealth of experience and expertise that further enhances the range of services and support we offer to clients.”
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