People in the news: Wylie & Bisset, Streets, RSM

In this week’s accountancy career moves, partner appointments at Wylie & Bisset, Streets Chartered Accountants, RSM and BDO, managing director elected at Alvarez & Marsal Taxand, and senior tax specialist named at Catax

Scottish accountancy practice Wylie & Bisset has promoted two of its directors to partnership level:  Laura Smith will be head of the firm’s healthcare team, and Catherine Livingstone, head of its business advisory services team. The firm has also promoted two members of its business recovery and insolvency department - insolvency managers Paul McDougall will move to associate director, and Chris Wardle to senior manager with effect from 1 February 2021.

Streets Chartered Accountants has appointed Sarah Williams as a business development partner. Williams joins from Azets where she was previously a regional business development & sales performance manager.

RSM has appointed James Dowers as partner in its special investigations team. Prior to joining RSM, Dowers was a partner at CVR Global LLP.

BDO has appointed Jennifer Wall as partner, she joins BDO’s partnerships team and will focus on working with private equity funds, providing specialist tax advice and reporting services. Previously Wall worked for KPMG as a director.

Alvarez & Marsal Taxand, affiliate of professional services firm Alvarez & Marsal (A&M), has appointed of Kersten Muller as managing director. Muller joins from Grant Thornton where he was a partner in real estate tax.

Business tax relief consultancy Catax has appointed former HMRC Patent Box technical lead, Neil Vickers as senior tax specialist. He will help advise on the technical aspects of claims.

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Zak Jakubowski |Reporter, Accountancy Daily [2019-2021]

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