Foxley Kingham appoints Phil Stevens as Tax Director

  • Accounting , People Moves
  • 22.08.2019 12:37 pm

Foxley Kingham, Luton-based chartered accountants and business advisers, are delighted to announce the appointment of tax consultant Phil Stevens, who has joined the company in the role of Tax Director.

Phil will provide technical tax support to clients and colleagues and will help to expand both the tax department and Foxley Kingham as a whole. His role will lead the planning and delivery of tax compliance and advisory services and help shape the company’s tax strategy to ensure the firm continues to anticipate client requirements and deliver best practice advice.

Phil is a highly experienced tax expert with nearly 20 years in the industry. His most recent role was as a tax director with boutique London firm Belluzzo International Partners and his career has included time in Sterling Chartered Accountants, Crowe Clark Whitehall and Jeffcote Donnison LLP.

Commenting on his appointment, Phil observed:

“I’m looking forward to getting to know the clients, my colleagues and the excitement of a new challenge.  My aim is to help push the firm forward by growing our tax advisory services.”

Paul Bithrey, Director, commented:

“We’re very pleased to welcome Phil to the team, as we continue to build our reputation for combining the values and friendly manner of a local practice with the imaginative use of technology and innovation. Phil brings a strong technical understanding of complex tax structures and experience in identifying tax planning opportunities for personal and corporate tax clients and will be a huge asset to both clients and the team.”

Phil is an accredited ICAEW probate practitioner, and a respected mentor. He is a keen sports fan, but his main passion is rugby, especially his beloved hometown team of Gloucester. 

Foxley Kingham offers advice on a wide range of financial matters. The company has built up specialisms in a number of sectors, including charities and not-for-profit organisations, GP practices, other professional practices, property and construction, and manufacturing and engineering.

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