Prager Metis strengthens indirect tax capabilities with appointment of Steve McCrindle as partner

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Prager Metis, a leading global advisory and accounting firm with a heavy presence in New Jersey, on Monday announced the appointment of Steve McCrindle as a partner in the firm’s Indirect Tax Practice.

McCrindle will be based in the London office. Having nearly four decades of experience in indirect taxation, McCrindle brings an extensive expertise related to value added tax engagements and an outstanding track record to the firm.

With expertise, honed through years of experience at HM Revenue & Customs and several top U.K. accounting practices, McCrindle has become an invaluable asset to clients navigating the intricate landscape of indirect taxes. His deep understanding of complex tax regulations and nuanced market dynamics allows him to provide strategic guidance that drives operational efficiencies and maximizes tax advantages for businesses across many industries.

“We are delighted to welcome Steve McCrindle to our London team as a partner,” Simon Winters, London Office managing partner, said. “His deep subject matter expertise and wealth of experience will be invaluable assets to our clients as we continue to expand our Indirect Tax advisory services internationally.”

For the past nine years, McCrindle has concurrently served as the global chair of indirect taxes for Geneva Group International, one of the largest associations of professional services firms worldwide.

“I am excited to join the talented team at Prager Metis and contribute to the firm’s growth,” McCrindle said. “Prager Metis’ client-centric philosophy aligns with my commitment to delivering practical, value-added solutions that address the complex tax challenges faced by businesses today.”