Reading: MHA MacIntyre Hudson boosts indirect tax practice

Top 15 accountancy firm MHA MacIntyre Hudson has appointed John Rossiter as a director to lead the indirect tax practice. With over 24 years’ experience advising clients on VAT and other indirect tax matters, Rossiter brings a wealth of expertise to the team – having worked in the UK, Ireland and Canada.

Rossiter works with businesses of all sizes, from owner-managed to listed multi-nationals, in a broad range of industry sectors. He has a particular focus on supply chain and international indirect tax matters, real estate and construction, financial services, and tax risk management. 

He will mainly be based in the firm’s London and Reading offices.

Rakesh Shaunak, managing partner and Group chairman of MHA MacIntyre Hudson, said: “John’s arrival is perfectly timed as we continue to advise our clients on the implications of Brexit on Indirect Taxation and VAT matters. A key part of John’s role will be to leverage the international expertise available to our clients through the Baker Tilly International network, so no matter where they operate or trade, they have access to the professional services and support they need to succeed.”

Chris Denning, partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s Reading office, added: “John’s broad experience, particularly his international credentials, bolsters our services for multinational businesses expanding both into and outside the UK. John’s appointment demonstrates our commitment to the development of our resources and senior level of expertise in the marketplace.”