Olivia specialises in all areas of bookkeeping, management accounts, VAT returns and statutory financial statements and her passion is finding ways of making her client’s lives easier. Olivia enjoys supporting her clients through sharing her expertise and advice on management reporting, cashflow management, software support and general accounting advice and guidance. Olivia’s portfolio ranges over various sectors including hospitality, financial services, property and consultancy.
Prior to joining haysmacintyre in 2021, Olivia was a Manager in a London accounting firm, leading the outsourcing team, and working closely with the Partners.
In her spare time, Olivia enjoys spending time with her family, drinking coffee and wine and having a shopping spree!
In addition to his work on annual statutory audits, he has experience with assisting in clients’ queries in relation to technical reporting with collaboration with other service lines across the firm.
Prior to joining haysmacintyre in 2021, Anatoly was a manager at a top 20 firm, where he was a member of the audit team since 2013.
In his spare time, Anatoly enjoys running, annual ski trips, and ticking off countries off the map – hoping to resume that in 2022 and beyond.
Having a broad range of experience under his belt, Kiran, whilst specialising in matters such as Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax, has a good understanding of the other taxes, and so enjoys advising clients taking a holistic approach.
Kiran joined haysmacintyre in 2006 from a small firm where he had gained experience in bookkeeping, VAT compliance, payroll matters, accounts preparation, corporate and personal tax compliance, audit and overall practice management.
Outside of haysmacintyre, Kiran does a lot of voluntary work with charities that promote education, spiritual well-being, yoga and help alleviate hunger in the UK and in the Asian sub-continent.
In his spare time, Kiran enjoys spending time with his young family, travelling and playing (and trying to sing!) the harmonium, a traditional Indian instrument.
Jonny enjoys advising clients on diverse and challenging matters which extend beyond the audit, such as corporate governance and operating with an international reach.
Prior to joining haysmacintyre in 2020, Jonny was a manager at the National Audit Office, where he had key roles in the HM Treasury, FCO and Home Office teams. He also represented the United Nations Board of Auditors covering their peace keeping operations around the world. Prior to that, Jonny trained and qualified with Deloitte working across both not for profit and corporate clients.
Beyond haysmacintyre, Jonny has worked with Accounting for International Development to advise on improving the financial capacity for overseas charities.
In his spare time, Jonny enjoys golf, tennis and skiing.
Tim ensures his audits are delivered as efficiently as possible, whilst maintaining a thorough level of review and high audit quality.
Tim qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2016 whilst working for a two-partner firm in Surrey which specialises in charity audits. After developing his experience in commercial audits for another top-25 accountancy firm, he decided to specialise in the not-for-profit sector and, to this end, joined haysmacintyre in 2018.
Outside of work, Tim is the Treasurer of the Tennis section of a nearby sports club.
Tim enjoys as much tennis, squash, and running as he can fit in between looking after his young daughter, born in 2020.
Stephen advises on a wide range of VAT issues for commercial and not for profit organisations specialising in issues such as partial exemption, non-business apportionments, and property developments. Stephen also advises clients on the VAT treatment of overseas transactions and is a lead member of haysmacintyre’s EMEA international desk
Prior to joining haysmacintyre in 2009, Stephen worked for HM Revenue & Customs within the VAT Assurance team.
In his spare time, Stephen enjoys travelling and spending time with his young family.
Stephanie works with UK and offshore trustees to manage their UK tax compliance and accounting requirements. She has particular expertise in managing the complex tax issues surrounding offshore trusts with UK beneficiaries or UK assets, and ensures that her clients don’t fall foul of the many tax traps that exist for the unwary. She also advises on all aspects of inheritance tax including general planning to mitigate liabilities, Business Property Relief reviews and HMRC submissions for both Estates and Trusts.
Prior to joining haysmacintyre in 2018, Stephanie worked in a number of award winning private client teams and has sat on the other side of the fence managing the trust team in a large single family office.
Beyond haysmacintyre, Stephanie sits on the committee of the STEP Kent branch and is a Trustee of her local Girlguiding division. In 2018 she was invited by the Office of Tax Simplification to sit on the Consultative Committee for their Inheritance Tax Review enabling her to put the ‘real world’ issues faced by clients to decision makers.
In her spare time Stephanie enjoys cooking, family holidays and a good book.
Reshma enjoys assisting clients on transactions such as share and asset acquisitions and disposals, design and implementing employee incentivising schemes and tax efficient remuneration packages, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructuring as well as long-term exit planning.
Prior to joining haysmacintyre in 2019, Reshma worked at UHY Hacker Young and Moore Stephens (now BDO) as a key member of the tax team.
Reshma enjoys travelling the globe wine-tasting and looking for hidden treasures!