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Ernst & Young appoints banking tax partner

Ernst & Young is appointing Jeremy McCallum as a banking tax partner in its financial services department.

McCallum was formerly a solicitor with Linklaters and Coudert Brothers, where he was an international tax partner. He also worked for Credit Lyonnais and Morgan Stanley.

Ernst & Young head of financial services David Cannon says: “We are delighted to welcome Jeremy to the firm. His industry knowledge and technical expertise, combined with his management skills, will enhance our banking and capital markets tax capabilities.”

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