Rohan supports the senior managers in providing tax advice to our clients.
“The inherent complexities of tax and their application to the ‘real-world’ keeps me on my toes”
As an Assistant Tax Manager, Rohan supports the senior managers in providing tax advice to our clients.
Rohan has an interest in a broad range of tax issues, and has developed a particular insight into the tax issues faced by property investors and developers. Rohan has also gained significant experience advising on corporate structuring and reorganisations, research and development claims, estate and succession planning and international families.
Life before ETC
Rohan joined ETC Tax having completed his graduate degree in Accounting and Taxation at Bournemouth University and having gained experience in Forensic Accounting with National Grid Plc.
Why a career in tax?
Having completed a tax specialist BA Hons degree, I felt the natural next step was to begin my career in taxation.
With my only experience of tax deriving from academia, I was sceptical as to whether this was the correct choice for me – this scepticism was quickly set aside.
The inherent complexities of tax and their application to the ‘real-world’ keeps me on my toes and mentally stimulated. It is also rewarding to know that my advice helps business and their owners to meet their personal and commercial objectives.
Whilst I am certainly early on in my career, I can definitely see myself in tax for the foreseeable future (if not permanently!)
My best (and worst) bits
I am known for turning a simple question into full blown discussion or debate – usually tax related – with my colleagues. This is because I enjoy and can spend endless time exploring ideas– particularly if it involves an interesting or nuanced anomaly in the tax treatment of transactions!
Whilst this inevitably translates into better advice for our clients, I’ll often find myself needing to make up for the “lost” time!
Three words to describe ETC
Enterprising; Pragmatic; Specialist.
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