Miranda has a wide portfolio of clients across various corporate sectors including property, hospitality and CMT. Many of Miranda’s clients she has serviced continuously since the start of her career and she prides herself on her ability to understand her clients needs and respond efficiently with accurate and effective corporation tax advice.
Prior to joining haysmacintyre in 2015, Miranda worked as a chalet host in the Austrian Alps for 5 months having finished her Biology undergraduate degree at the University of Nottingham.
In her spare time, Miranda enjoys Crossfit, cycling and visiting the wonderful restaurants London has to offer.
Sudhir specialises in delivering robust and efficient audits to clients primarily in the tech sector. His experience ranges from small owner managed start ups, to large listed FTSE 100 companies.
Prior to joining haysmacintyre in 2021, Sudhir was a manager at a top 10 firm, where he was a key member of the audit team, assisting to redesign audit methodology across the department, achieving top file review scores and improving audit efficiencies.
In his spare time Sudhir enjoys yoga, the gym, investing and experiencing the latest bars and restaurants across the capital.
Chrysanthi has over 10 years’ experience providing audit and accounting services to a range of FCA regulated and financial services clients. Chrysanthi has supported her financial services clients on statutory reporting matters in addition to providing annual statutory and CASS audit services.
Chrysanthi joined haysmacintyre after graduating from City University, London in 2004.
Chrysanthi likes to keep active, and is a regular gym goer.
Diana specialises in R&D tax reliefs and her portfolio includes a range of clients within the CMT, food, life science and financial services sectors. As a member of the training team, she is well placed to deliver training sessions to her clients, ensuring they keep abreast of the latest sector and regulatory updates.
Prior to joining haysmacintyre in 2017, Diana was a Tax Associate at a top global management consulting firm, where she was a member of the Corporate tax and R&D teams.
In her spare time, Diana enjoys sci-fi and fantasy novels, gaming and travelling.
He enjoys looking after compliance services for his varied client base, and advises a broad range of tax consultancy services including R&D relief claim, Theatre, Film and TV tax relief, EIS/SEIS scheme, EMI options, group reorganisations and cross border taxation.
Prior to joining haysmacintyre in May 2021, Zayar worked as a tax manager at a top 20 firm, and as a tax associate at a local independent firm, part of the Moore UK network.
Outside of work and family life, Zayar enjoys watching most sports and days out.
As well as acting as the director on audit engagements, Jake assists his clients on other financial transactions such as financial modelling, financial due diligence, restructuring and IPOs. Jake provides his clients with in depth yet pragmatic and efficient advice, assisting them through the different stages of their journey as they grow.
Jake was named in the Accountancy Age UK Top 35 under 35 in December 2019 and leads the firm’s property sector. Jake regularly writes for industry publications and is a regular attendee at industry events such as Qandor and the London Real Estate Forum.
Outside of work, Jake is a sports enthusiast, spending his weekends running, playing football and suffering at the hands of Arsenal.
Being both a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Adviser allows Robert to provide his clients with a commercial and holistic offering, whilst being able to fully understand the impacts and processes behind the advice provided.
Prior to joining haysmacintyre in 2021, Robert worked in a large independent practice in the City of London where he completed the ACA/CTA Joint Programme.
In his spare time, Robert enjoys watching/playing sport, especially Rugby.
Providing end-to-end guidance to individuals and businesses throughout the sale cycle.
Financial modelling is at the crux of a significant amount of business decisions, whether it is applied to assessing strategic goals, looking at whether to acquire or sell, investing in capex or resource, raising finance or just generally planning for the business strategic and working capital needs in the future. Forecasting scenarios by utilising a model, which allows you to assess flexible, but tailored assumptions, will enable you to understand both the opportunities as well as the risks and potential pinch points in your business.