Senior tax expert announced at Bevan & Buckland

Bevan & Buckland AccountantsLeading South Wales accountancy practice, Bevan & Buckland, has announced that tax expert Paul Arnold has joined the firm as a Partner within the business.

“We are delighted with this appointment” said Managing Partner, Cuan O’Shea.

Bevan Buckland welcomes Paul Arnold

“Paul brings tremendous experience to our team, having held senior posts at two “Big Four” firms and more recently with another accountancy firm in the region”.

“His experience in research & development (R&D) and tax management with blue chip organisations and with owner-managed businesses will add a new dimension to the service we provide our clients.”

Other changes will see Tax Partner Jeannette McLellan reducing her role, although her skills will be retained in a consultancy capacity.

“Our key priority is to maintain a high level of tax advice to our clients whilst strengthening the team”.

“Paul’s expertise will provide an excellent tax offering to a diverse range of clients, along with his specialisms in both R&D relief and the recently announced Patent Box Relief,” added Cuan.

“Joining a firm with the reputation of Bevan & Buckland is a fantastic opportunity”, said Paul, “and I am looking forward to continuing to work closely with the businesses across South Wales”.

Bevan & Buckland Accountants Swansea Tel: 01792 410100

Bevan & Buckland Accountants Haverfordwest Tel: 01437 760666

Bevan & Buckland Accountants Pembroke Tel: 01646 682383

Bevan & Buckland Accountants Carmarthen Tel: 01267 233115

Bevan & Buckland Accountants St David’s Tel: 01437 720352

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