Coming from Moore Stephens, Andrew has considerable experience providing tax advice in connection with mergers & acquisitions transactions, leading tax due diligence assignments, structuring inbound and outbound investments, general tax planning, and providing tax compliance services. He also has a particular interest in not-for-profit taxation. His clients include family groups, private and public companies (including listed entities) and not for profit groups.
Andrew is both a Chartered Tax Adviser and a Solicitor having worked within leading taxation advisory teams including ‘Big 4’ accounting firm Deloitte and top tier law firm Minter Ellison.
With over 12 years experience, Andrew has advised clients on the application of direct and indirect taxation laws across a range of sectors and industries including technology, education, publishing, financial services, property development, and charities and associations.
Speaking of the appointment Hill Rogers chairman John Wilcox said: “We are thrilled that Andrew has returned to the firm and the timing couldn’t be better. His skills nicely complement our already strong corporate, government and high net worth individuals tax practice, and adds to it through his deep tax experience advising large private and public companies, and not-for- profits.”
Commenting on his appointment Andrew adds, having started his professional career as a graduate with the firm, it was the genuine client care focus of Hill Rogers that motivated his move back to the firm. He said his practice would fit well within a supportive and growing mid tier accounting firm.