RWK Goodman strengthens the firm’s London private client team with three key appointments
RWK Goodman is pleased to announce a series of new appointments in London that will enhance the firm’s private client offering and are in line with the firm’s sustainable growth plans.
Estelle Tague and David Anderson join the firm this week followed by François Mouniélou who will arrive in late November. This new team who join from Druces will provide a deep specialism in domestic and international tax planning strengthening the firm’s cross-jurisdictional private client expertise.
Estelle who joins as a partner will lead the private client team in London. Estelle is a qualified accountant and a former specialist tax barrister.
David who joins the firm on a consultancy basis was a consultant solicitor in Druces’ private wealth division. Prior to then, David was the managing partner at Sykes Anderson Perry prior to the firm merging with Druces. David specialises in private client and tax matters relating to France and Monaco.
François is a dual qualified French and English tax advisor. François, who will join us as an associate, will grow the firm’s cross-jurisdictional tax offering by representing English, French and other European clients.
Tom Gilman, partner and head of private client says:
“We are delighted to welcome Estelle, David and François to the firm and wish them every success. The new team have a leading reputation for domestic and international tax matters and this will be a huge asset to our private clients in London and further field.”
Estelle Tague, partner and private client lead in London says:
“RWK Goodman has a first-class reputation for private client work due to its impressive client base which includes many high-net-worth multigenerational families with complex assets based in the UK and abroad. David, François and I are thrilled to join the team.”
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