Throgmorton Adds Hedge Fund Tax Expert From E&Y

Nov 2 2012 | 2:19am ET

British accounting firm Throgmorton has nabbed a top hedge fund tax specialist from rival Ernst & Young.

Neil Oliver was named tax director at Throgmorton. He will lead the firm's effort to expand its alternative investments client base.

 A former chairman of the Alternative Investment Management Association's tax committee, Oliver spend 24 years at E&Y, including two leading its effort in Jersey, in the Channel Islands, home to many offshore hedge funds.

"Neil brings with him invaluable experience at the highest level, and we see his joining as a natural development for Throgmorton," CEO Andrew Rubio said. "His ambitions are aligned with ours as we expand the resources available to our clients and provide a comprehensive outsourced tax service for the alternative investment management community."


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