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Abbiss Cadres recruits ex-BDO Director for its international assignments practice

20 January 2012 |

Andrea Plaw today joins Abbiss Cadres as a Senior Expatriate Tax Consultant.

Andrea is a member of the Association of Taxation Technicians and is a US Enrolled Agent, she has 14 years of experience as a UK and US expatriate tax specialist.  Andrea has worked at Ernst & Young, Deloitte and was most recently a Director of the Expatriate Tax business of international accountants BDO Stoy Hayward.

She brings to Abbiss Cadres her considerable experience dealing with tax and social security consulting and compliance, industry practices and  tax equalisation and pay policies for internationally mobile executives.  Her skills ensure that assignments are efficient, both from a direct cost and fiscal perspective, and that home and host country compliance obligations are met.

Andrea will work very closely with our employment, immigration and broader tax and social security specialists, as well as our Correspondent Firms around the world, to deliver a comprehensive high quality service.

Director, Guy Abbiss commented:  “Having known and worked with Andrea over several years when she was Director at BDO I know what a great boost it is to Abbiss Cadres to now be able to work alongside her.   Her technical excellence, depth of experience and the high levels of client satisfaction she attains are precisely what this practice is about.”

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