Craig Walker Joins Hawsons as Senior Tax Manager

3rd June 2016

Hawsons Chartered Accountants are pleased to announce that Craig Walker has joined the firm as Senior Tax Manager.

Craig is highly experienced and brings with him a great deal of expertise, having worked for two firms of Chartered Accountants, including a national top 20 accounting firm. He has 12 years' experience advising both corporate and private clients on all matters related to tax. He also specialises in all aspects of trusts and estates and is a member of the prestigious Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners. Craig will work primarily from the firm's Sheffield office, but will also assist clients in Doncaster and Northampton. Martyn Weatherall, Hawsons' Senior Partner, said: -We are delighted to welcome Craig as Senior Tax Manager in the firm. He brings a wealth of experience and will assist in growing the firm's client base and expertise. Craig will be a valuable addition to the strong team we have across the Sheffield City Region and will be of great benefit to our clients and our firm. Craig added: -I am delighted to be joining Hawsons and look forward to working with some of the finest accountancy and tax professionals in this region. Find out more about Craig on his Hawsons profile page at

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