Nicola Roberts named new head of private client services at Deloitte
14 July 2017
Deloitte, the business advisory firm, has appointed Nicola Roberts as its new head of private client services with effect from July 2017.
Nicola, who has over 20 years’ experience in providing private client tax services, became one of the firm’s youngest partners in 2011. She leads the firm’s relationships with private clients and has been pivotal in the practice’s success in advising international entrepreneurial clients from around the globe.
Paula Higgleton, private client services partner and vice chairman at Deloitte, said: “We are delighted to have Nicola appointed to her new role. She is highly respected within the industry and her energy, enthusiasm and strategic insight will further enhance the great success we have been experiencing in the market. We have invested heavily over the past two years in expanding our services and Nicola’s appointment comes at an exciting time for us, as we seek to lead the way in bringing a truly differentiated offering to our clients.”
Nicola Roberts said: “I am delighted to be moving into this new role. Deloitte has a unique and dynamic proposition in the market with our combination of tax, family enterprise and private office consulting. I am excited and proud to lead our fantastic team of talented advisors where we will continue to focus on delivering a second to none service.”
The firm is also announcing the promotion of two directors, Ian Goodsell and Shaun Curtis. Ian is a director in London focusing on international family office clients and Shaun is a director in Cardiff serving entrepreneurs and their businesses. They both joined Deloitte as graduates.
Deloitte’s private client services team provides tax advisory and compliance services together with family enterprise and private office consulting services.
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