PwC appoints new asset management tax director

Published at 10:08 AM on 18 September 2014

PwC has appointed Bradley Phillips as an asset management tax director. Bradley will focus on advising investment funds and asset managers on a range of tax issues.

Bradley has nearly 25 years of experience in tax and joins from Herbert Smith Freehills LLP where he was a tax partner mainly focussed on M&A and other corporate transactions, tax disputes and investment funds.

He currently sits on the LexisNexis Tax Professional Support Lawyer (PSL) Board and was previously Chair of the City of London Law Society Revenue Law Committee.
Tim McCann, asset management tax leader at PwC, commented:

“I am delighted that Bradley is joining our team. Bradley’s expertise will benefit our clients across a whole range of tax issues which are currently affecting investment funds and asset managers.”


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