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KPMG in Liverpool 

KPMG was formed in 1987 with the merger of Peat Marwick International (PMI) and Klynveld Main Goerdeler (KMG) and their individual member firms.

KPMG in Liverpool

These member firms have had offices in Liverpool city centre for over 40 years. During this time our commitment to delivering a high quality professional service to the Liverpool marketplace has created deep and lasting relationships and helped ensure a leading role in the Liverpool regional business community.

 

The office is headed up by Chris Fry, who has been a tax partner at KPMG for over a decade, specialising in corporate tax, property tax, mergers and acquisitions and restructuring.


As professional advisors, KPMG is delighted to play a key role in supporting our clients to stimulate growth, maximise opportunity, and manage risk. Our teams offer audit, tax, and advisory services. Our in-depth knowledge and experience is brought to bear across a range of sectors including retail and consumer markets, travel leisure & tourism, shipping and marine services, industrial marketsbuilding & construction, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and energy & natural resources.

 

If you have any questions, then please do not hesitate to contact Chris Fry or one of his colleagues below.

           

 

Chris Fry   

Chris Fry

 

Office Senior Partner

email

 

  Will Baker   

Will Baker

 

Partner, Audit

email

 

Hywel Jones

 

Hywel Jones

 

Director, Audit

email

 

Barry Potter

Barry Potter

 

Director, Tax

email

8 Princes Parade
Liverpool
L3 1QH

Tel: (0151) 473 5100
Fax: (0151) 473 5200


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