Grant Thornton UK makes James Titheridge a Partner

02 March 2023 2 min. read
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Grant Thornton has promoted James Titheridge to Partner within its tax team. The move comes seven years after he first joined the firm as a Director.

Dominic Preston, Head of Tax for large corporate and multinational at Grant Thornton, commented, “Today’s tax landscape is a complex, evolving area and James’ expertise here makes him ideally placed to support multinational businesses with key growth plans and helping them to unlock their international goals.”

Titheridge is based in the firm’s Reading office, and joins a growing tax partner team in Grant Thornton’s Thames Valley and Southampton region. The area is a hot spot for multinational businesses thanks to its connections to London, Heathrow and the M4 – and Grant Thornton’s offices in Reading, Oxford and Southampton deliver audit, tax and advisory solutions to business and their management teams across the region, via some 350 experts.

Grant Thornton UK makes James Titheridge a Partner

As Chair of Grant Thornton’s senior tax forums in the Thames Valley, Titheridge has a wealth of experience among the region’s businesses. This will be especially important, as clients contemplate international changes and new rules coming in 2024.

Commenting on his promotion to Partner, Titheridge said, “I’m excited to be appointed to partner and continuing the great work we are doing as a team. I enjoy the diversity of tax and the variety of businesses that we work with, and our broad expertise puts us in a strong position to help those businesses who are looking to grow internationally. My goal is to continue the growth of our team and to support the UK’s many creative and dynamic businesses.”

Prior to joining the firm in 2015, Titheridge was previously a Corporate Tax Senior Manager with Big Four firm PwC. He spent seven years with the consulting and accounting firm, both in the UK and Australia.

Speaking on Titheridge’s advancement, Norman Armstrong, Practice Leader for Grant Thornton in the Thames Valley and Southampton, added, “James is a tremendous example to our younger recruits of what can be achieved at Grant Thornton and he contributes to our inclusive culture through his support and encouragement of others with their ideas. With tax rules regularly changing, he also instils the key message of constant learning and development within the wider team.”