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Former Deputy Tax Comptroller apppointed at KPMG

Former Deputy Tax Comptroller apppointed at KPMG

Thursday 31 October 2019

Former Deputy Tax Comptroller apppointed at KPMG


The Deputy Comptroller of the Taxes Office has been appointed as Director in KPMG's Channel Islands tax team.

Paul Eastwood, who previously led a 'Big Four' tax practice in Jersey, joins KPMG as part of a series of promotions.

Commenting on his appointment, John Riva, Head of Tax for the Channel Islands, said: "Paul brings a unique insight in assisting our clients in navigating the issues and challenges presented by the Economic Substance Rules introduced in both Guernsey and Jersey at the start of the year.

"These rules represent one of the most significant challenges to doing business in both islands and Paul’s appointment leaves us confident that we can remain at the forefront in this area both locally and internationally.” 

KPMG have also promoted Chris Lowe to Associate Tax Director, a “well-earned recognition of the hard work, excellent client service and wise counsel he has and continues to provide" Mr Riva said.

In Guernsey, Paul Beale has been promoted to Tax Director, Anderson Page to Senior Manager in US tax whilst Nana Aboagye and Matthew Thomas have been promoted to Tax Manager. 

Guernsey Tax Partner, Tony Mancini, said: “I am delighted to strengthen our leadership team with this series of internal promotions that reflect both the success of the business to date and our confidence in the direction in which it is heading."

Pictured top: Front row, left to right - Paul Eastwood, John Riva, Tony Mancini, Paul Beal. Back row, left to right - Tomas T. Machado, Harry Malet De Carteret, Sylvia Awori, Chris Lowe, Matt Thomas, Verity Beck, Anderson  Page, Nana Aboagye.

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