Posted on 9th March 2016
Kreston Reeves Director of Private Client and Trusts is appointed to ATT Council
Kreston Reeves, one of the leading accountancy and financial services firms located across London and the South East, is delighted to announce that Kay Aylott, Director of Private Client and Trusts has been appointed to the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) Council.
The ATT Council represents 24 elected members and one nominated by the Chartered Institute of Taxation. The Council supports the community of qualified Taxation Technicians in continuing their technical training, as well as maintaining the highest professional standards.
Kay’s primary focus is on tax planning for high net worth clients with a particular focus on Inheritance Tax and Will planning. Kay also advises offshore trustees, settlors and beneficiaries on their UK tax filing obligations and is the Editor of Kreston Reeves’ monthly Tax Talk newsletter.
Kay commented on her appointment, “I am honoured to have been appointed to the ATT Council and excited to be given the opportunity to give something back to the professional body that has supported me throughout my career in tax. I share the Council’s commitment to promoting high professional standards, both in research and training, as well as increasing the understanding of tax matters across the public domain.”
Clive Stevens, Kreston Reeves’ Chairman and Head of Taxation added, “I am delighted that Kay has been appointed to the ATT Council and recognised for her contribution in setting the highest standards in tax. Her technical expertise, combined with her unwavering professionalism makes her a huge asset to the firm and the clients she advises”.
To read more on Kreston Reeves’ Taxation service offering please click here.
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