Tuesday, December 5, 2023

RSM names Mark Edeson at Tax Director

Audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has appointed Mark Edeson as tax director based at RSM in Hull, from where he’ll act for a range of local, regional and national clients.

Mark, a qualified chartered tax advisor, joins RSM from EY, where he spent over 20 years working with a large portfolio of approximately 150 local, national and international clients, including private equity-backed and listed businesses. At RSM, Mark will be advising businesses across a broad range of sectors, including food and drink and manufacturing.

Mark’s appointment in RSM’s Hull office follows significant local and regional investment, with the firm appointing Hull-based Richard Hall as its first national head of sustainability in February 2022. In addition, RSM also recruited a record number of trainees in Yorkshire and the Humber in 2022, taking on 54 students, graduates and school leavers across all service lines.

Mark said: “After spending almost 24 years at EY in Hull, I’m looking forward to a new challenge and working with the largest accountancy firm in the city.”

Andy Capes, office managing partner in RSM’s Hull office, said: “Mark’s appointment reflects our continued investment in Hull and the Humber to provide an expert service to our local, regional and national clients. Mark brings with him a wealth of experience and I look forward to seeing how our tax offering evolves as a result of his appointment.’

He added: “As the only remaining national accountancy firm with an office in Hull, we are committed to the Humber region and recognise our responsibility to support local businesses which are essential to the region’s economic growth. We are also focused on employing people locally; providing accessible work opportunities, investing in their development and empowering them to shape a long and rewarding career at RSM.”

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