Mazars welcomes three new partners

1 February 2021

Mazars, the international tax, audit and advisory firm, has recruited three new partners for the start of 2021.

The three new partners; Lucy Redding (Corporate Tax), Nargis Yunis (Asset Management Audit), and Bill Schiller (Insurance Audit), will be based in the firm’s London office and serve large, listed and financial services clients.

Lucy Redding joins Mazars’ Tax team from PwC.  With significant experience in working with large corporates, Lucy will assist in the continued growth of Mazars’ tax advisory business in the international, large corporate, and listed markets. Alongside this, Lucy will call upon her international, regional and people management expertise to continue the development of the Mazars’ tax team.

Nargis Yunis joins Mazars’ Financial Services team from Ernst & Young. As the firm’s financial services practice continues to grow, Nargis will help lead the development of Mazars’ strategy for Asset Management Assurance. Nargis will also be responsible for growing the Asset Management team and maintaining a relentless focus upon delivering audits of the highest quality.

Bill Schiller, previously of KMPG, joins Mazars’ Audit and Assurance team with a focus on the insurance sector. An insurance specialist with significant experience working in industry, Bill will help lead the expanding Mazars’ insurance audit proposition, serve its fast-growing client base, and strengthen the firm’s growth strategy. Bill will also maintain a focus on quality within the insurance audit regulated sector.

Phil Verity, Mazars Senior Partner, said: “We offer a warm welcome to Lucy, Nargis and Bill. In what has been an uncertain period during the pandemic, we are looking forward with optimism and building towards the future with a fantastic team. Our new partners bring a wealth of experience and expertise from a range of sectors, and they will play a key role in our firm’s continued growth and development.

“Each of these roles further builds Mazars’ capability to serve large, complex businesses, and the appointments underline the proactive role Mazars is taking to prepare ahead of meaningful market reform”.

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