Grunberg & Co’s tax team continues to grow with the recruitment of new trainee

The tax team at one of the UK’s top 100 accountancy firms, Grunberg & Co, has expanded once again with the appointment of a new trainee.

Rohan Mehra joins the London-based practice having recently graduated with a master’s degree in Management and will now undergo training with the firm.

He is part of the firm’s ongoing support of young people entering the profession, which has seen the practice take on three new trainees every year for the last five years.

With a background in electronic engineering, the firm hopes that Rohan will bring some unique expertise to the firm, which already works with a number of innovative businesses in the capital.

Speaking about his appointment, Rohan said: “I am delighted to be joining the practice at this exciting time and can’t wait to start my studies and support clients.”

Robert Bean, Managing Partner at Grunberg & Co, added: “On behalf of everyone at the firm I would like to offer a warm welcome to Rohan and wish him the best of luck with his studies. Our tax team has grown considerably in recent years and I am sure that he will have an important role to play in its ongoing success.”

In the last three years, the tax team at Grunberg & Co has grown from 11 members of staff to 16 and seen the promotion of several key employees as it seeks to expand its influence internationally.

Grunberg & Co’s Tax Partner, Peter McMahon, said: “We have seen the number of clients enquiring about our tax services increase considerably in recent years, with a higher proportion of international work coming through our doors. This is in part thanks to our subsidiary firm Reanda UK, which is the exclusive UK member of Reanda International.

“The addition of Rohan to our team ensures that we can continue to offer our services to a larger audience and is his recruitment is representative of our commitment to train the next generation of accountants and tax advisers on the technical and soft skills that they require.”

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