Jo-Ann Beisty

Jo-Ann focuses on running the compliance process for a variety of clients as well as well as advising and assisting non-resident property companies on UK filing obligations.

Jo-Ann joined the firm in 2004 as a junior assistant in a much smaller department before specialising in Charity/not for profit sector issues in 2013. The firm now has a dedicated not for profit team within the wider Business Tax department.

In her spare time, Jo-Ann enjoys skiing, country music and Gaelic sports.

Zayar Htut

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.

Jake Pearlman

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.

Kamlesh Chauhan

The VAT rules are constantly evolving with continual changes in HMRC practice and guidance, case law, and VAT legislation. Kam ensures that he is up to date with VAT developments and keeps clients informed on how any changes may affect them. As an experienced VAT adviser, Kam prides himself on being able to explain complex VAT matters to clients in way that they can understand.

Prior to joining haysmacintyre in 2012, Kam worked for a ‘Top 10’ accountancy firm for a number of years in a generalist role as well as being a member of a ‘Big 4’ VAT team specialising in Financial Services.

Beyond haysmacintyre, Kam is involved in the VAT Practitioners Group which is an organisation that brings together individuals with an interest in VAT from a variety of backgrounds to share VAT knowledge.

In his spare time, Kam enjoys spending time with his young children, playing sports, and reading detective novels.

Stephen Patey

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.

Tom Stock

Tom’s audit clients operate internationally and in a variety of industries, but particularly are AIM listed or in the property, hospitality or technology sectors. Tom’s technical role sees him attend Financial Reporting Council (FRC) and Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) seminars and other technical courses. He writes technical guidance and articles for haysmacintyre.

Tom joined haysmacintyre in 2009 from a top ten audit firm, after qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in 2004.

Tom’s technical role has involved providing training courses to colleagues and he has acted as a presenter on ICAEW webinars.

Outside of work, Tom is a fan of live comedy, a keen cricketer and sometime golfer. A keen runner having raised thousands of pounds for the Sands charity by completing the London Marathon, he hopes to do so again.

Stephanie Parker

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 Patel

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!

Mark Baycroft

Mark enjoys creative thinking to advise on challenging technical problems in any area of tax, particularly where multiple taxes are involved, and does not restrict himself to purely business/corporate or personal taxes. Mark thrives on variety and is always looking to get involved in a new problem or a new area.

Prior to joining haysmacintyre in 2020, Mark had spent a year at an independent tax consultancy, following over 20 years with a top 20 firm.

Mark is an active member of his local institute branches and regularly lectures and chairs discussion groups on a variety of tax topics, giving him a broad awareness of tax issues facing small and large businesses.

In his spare time, Mark enjoys countryside walks, cooking and a rekindled passion for Lego models.

Danielle Ford

Leading haysmacintyre’s Tax Disputes and Resolutions team, Danielle excels at advising clients on complex matters including tax avoidance schemes, COP8 and COP9 cases, disputes with HMRC, negotiating settlements with HMRC, voluntary disclosures and Time to Pay arrangements. Her experience covers all taxes. Danielle’s professionalism and experience provides comfort to clients, whilst her knowledge of tax legislation secures the best possible outcome.

A regular contributor to industry publications and events, Danielle shares insights, updates and trends with clients to ensure early action and prompt resolution.

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