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Regional chartered accountants and business advisers, PKF Francis Clark, has achieved a national award. The firm’s tax team has been named ‘Best Private Client Tax Practice’ in the Tolley’s Taxation Awards 2019.
In addition to winning the title of ‘Best Private Client Tax Practice’, PKF Francis Clark were also shortlisted for ‘Best Tax Practice in a Regional Firm’ and ‘Best Corporate Tax Practice’.
In what is the biggest awards event of the year for tax practices across the country, and in the firm’s 100th year, PKF Francis Clark was recognised for its tax services, which provide professional firms, individuals, families and privately-owned businesses with specialist tax knowledge and support.
The firm’s desire and vision to be the forefront of best practice into the future is one of the reasons why they were awarded with the title. PKF Francis Clark is well known in the industry for investing in its team members both technically and also in providing the wider skills needed to ensure they are delivering excellent client service. The team has also seen significant growth so far this year with the recruitment of additional tax specialists.
PKF Francis Clark were up against other accountancy firms from around the UK and were joined by over 500 tax professionals to celebrate the awards, that were announced at the London Hilton, Park Lane, during the evening of the 16 May.
John Endacott, Head of Tax at PKF Francis Clark said: “We are delighted that our tax team has been recognised in what is, one of the top national awards in the sector. This award reflects our team’s hard work and dedication in delivering what our clients need; practical, timely and understandable advice that they can act on to achieve their objectives. The investment the firm continues to make in the tax practice through quality training and recruiting the best in the field continues to strengthen our offering.”