ATC Tax appoints Private Client Director

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ATC Tax, an independent firm of UK tax advisers based in the South West of England with a global reach, has appointed Max Porter as a Private Client Director.

Porter brings almost a decade of experience within the personal taxation industry to the ATC Tax leadership team, joining from The Fry Group, where he was Assistant Manager of the UK Tax team. Prior to this, Porter worked for tax and accounting giant, EY, where he was again responsible for supporting UK expats on various aspects of their tax affairs. A qualified member of the Association of Taxation Technicians, Max Porter is currently studying towards the prestigious status of Chartered Tax Adviser.

ATC Tax specialises in delivering high-quality UK tax advice for expats living or working overseas and assisting them when returning or leaving the UK. As part of its launch plans, ATC Tax has committed to providing a complimentary “Tax Health Check” for any individual.
Max Porter, Private Client Director at ATC Tax, says: “This is a challenging and worrying time for UK expats, particularly for those who are in the process of moving, and their tax affairs may not be at the top of their priorities right now. Joining ATC Tax is an exciting opportunity to provide high-quality and accessible tax advice to ease the concerns many expats have. I am looking forward to working with ATC Tax to assist clients in need and deliver a personalised experience that gets their tax affairs in order effectively while making them feel valued.” 
Finn Houlihan, Managing Director at ATC Tax, says: “Following the recent launch of ATC Tax, we welcome the appointment of Max as a Private Client Director, which will continue our growth within the tax advisory space. Max’s expertise when it comes to tax advice will help to deliver a high-quality service that helps clients overcome the challenges they currently face. Max will play a key role in widening the reach of ATC Tax and ensure expats see the company as the go-to place for their concerns.”