Kevin Martin joins Grant Thornton's indirect tax advisory team

04 July 2023 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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After a decade at EY, Kevin Martin has crossed to Grant Thornton where he has been appointed a partner.

Based out of Grant Thornton’s office in London, Kevin Martin has joined the firm as indirect tax lead, within the financial services advisory division. He brings two decades of indirect tax experience to Grant Thornton, all gained in the consulting industry.

Over the last decade, Martin has focused on advising financial services clients on many complex indirect tax issues such as: Brexit restructuring, agreeing partial exemption special methods, disposals and acquisitions, HMRC disputes, cross border transactions and relocation/market entry complexities.

Kevin Martin joins Grant Thornton's indirect tax advisory team

Prior to his decade at EY, Martin worked for rival Big Four firm PwC. In between, he also spent time with mid-tier players Azets and Baker Tilly, as well as management consultancy Alvarez & Marsal.

“Kevin brings a wealth of experience in advising businesses in both financial services and in across other sectors. We’re excited to welcome him to the team as we continue to invest in our Financial Services tax practice,” said Paul Scully, tax partner at Grant Thornton.

Commenting on his new role, Martin noted, “The opportunity to help shape the future of Grant Thornton’s financial services indirect tax offering, and work with such an incredibly dedicated partner group and team, was a once in career opportunity that I simply couldn’t turn down.”

“I firmly believe the UK is, and will continue to be, a global financial services powerhouse. We have seen continued investment into the market with the UK leading Europe as the most attractive destination for foreign direct investment. With this investment, and expansion, comes demand for indirect tax advisory services to help clients navigate the complexities and opportunities of the indirect tax domain.”