KPMG strengthens Indirect Tax team with appointment of David Reaney as Partner

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KPMG Belfast

11th Dec 2023

KPMG in Northern Ireland has further bolstered its tax expertise with the appointment of David Reaney as Indirect Tax Partner.

A seasoned tax professional, David has deep knowledge of all aspects of indirect taxes and returns to KPMG having previously trained at the firm.

In particular, he has worked at the centre of the trading arrangements between Northern Ireland, ROI and GB in the wake of Brexit and is considered a thought leader on the detail of The Windsor Framework.

David rejoins KPMG from another big four firm, prior to which he spent four years as a senior VAT specialist at HM Revenue & Customs. He will work alongside Partner Frankie Devlin and the wider Indirect Tax team at KPMG.

David said: “The Indirect Tax team at KPMG has an unrivalled reputation in the Northern Ireland market so it is privilege to return to the firm as Partner. The combined knowledge within the group is second-to-none and I look forward to working with clients from across the province’s public, private and third sectors. “

Johnny Hanna, Head of Tax and Partner in Charge of KPMG in Northern Ireland, said: “Demand for our Indirect Tax team’s offering has continued to grow, built on our market leading work and first-class reputation. As such, we are delighted to welcome David Reaney to the team as our new Partner, an indirect tax expert whose knowledge and experience will underpin our ability to service our growing client base.”

KPMG’s tax practice provides comprehensive tax advice to clients across the island of Ireland. It offers business tax and personal tax services to a wide range of clients, from multinational organisations and SMEs, to private individuals and family businesses.