Mercer & Hole’s Robert Jamieson wins Lifetime Achievement Award at the Tolley’s Taxation Awards 2018
- Monday, May 21, 2018
Mercer & Hole Chartered Accountants are delighted to announce that the firm’s consultant and former partner, Robert Jamies
on, has won the Tolley’s Taxation Lifetime Achievement Award 2018.
Robert was nominated for the award by his colleague, Gill Tallon, Mercer & Hole’s Deputy Managing Partner and Private Client Partner. Gill credits Robert’s influence on the strength of Mercer & Hole’s tax offering.
Mercer & Hole are a Top 25 firm for private client, with a quarter of the firm’s partners working in this area, as well as being reputed for expertise in corporate and business tax.
Speaking of Robert’s Lifetime Achievement Award, Gill said “It has been a privilege to work alongside Robert as a fellow partner at Mercer & Hole. He has trained many of our tax team and this level of expertise and knowledge has been passed to our clients through our advisory services.
“On a more personal level, Robert is charismatic and has a great deal of presence. He is warmly thought of and, whenever I come across tax professionals from other firms, they are full of stories about Robert and always ask after him.
“I am so pleased Robert’s contribution to the tax profession has been honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award and I believe he is highly deserving of it.”
Fellow colleagues at Mercer & Hole also submitted testimonials in support of Robert’s nomination, including Senior and Managing Partner Paul Maberly, Private Client Partner Lisa Spearman and Tax Partner Cathy Corns.
Paul Maberly concludes on Robert’s impact at Mercer & Hole commenting “Robert Jamieson has had a positive influence on the careers of all those working in the field of tax at Mercer & Hole, as well as those he has worked alongside in his role as a former partner at the firm. Externally, Robert has been an ambassador for Mercer & Hole and he extends our values of a friendly and personable approach, coupled with great technical expertise.”