BHP Strengthens Tax Team

23rd July 2013

Barber Harrison & Platt (BHP) has bolstered its tax team across Yorkshire with the appointment of Senior Tax Manager Mark Cooper, Business Tax Executive James Houseman and Private Client Advisor Laura Tacey.

Mark has extensive experience in a top ten firm advising businesses and their owners on all aspects of tax planning with particular focus on the tax aspects of acquisitions, demergers and disposals as well as advising on shareholder and employee issues, international tax matters and within the complicated area of stamp taxes. James joins after relocating from London where he worked at a Top 60 firm managing the tax affairs for a portfolio of companies and their owners. Laura has eleven years of experience providing pro-active tax advice to private clients including significant experience with trusts and inheritance tax. Tax Partner Zoe Roberts said, -We are delighted to welcome Mark, Laura and James to the team. It is a thrill to see this team flourish and we are very excited about what the future will bring with such a strong tax team to complement BHP's full service offering.

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