Kimberley Thomson appointed to ICAS Tax Board

Henderson Loggie tax partner Kimberley Thomson has been appointed to the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) Tax Board. The Tax Board is instrumental in shaping tax policy and providing guidance to ICAS members and the broader public, with a focus on relevance, community, trust, influence, and sustainability.

Kimberley has been head of tax at Henderson Loggie since 2019 and previously had over 20 years of experience with the Big Four firms. With a comprehensive background in international tax matters, Kimberley is adept at navigating complex tax regulations and understanding their implications for various business structures.

Alongside her role as Head of Tax at Henderson Loggie, as a member of the Tax Board, she will play an integral role in ensuring that ICAS members remain informed and connected, advocating for ethical practices and sustainable policies in the field of taxation. The Tax Board meets three times a year and includes five committees focused on various tax areas, such as indirect tax, international and large business taxes, private client, devolved taxes, and owner managed business taxes.

Commenting on her appointment, Kimberley said: “I am honoured to join the ICAS Tax Board. I look forward to sharing my expertise in tax policy and owner-managed businesses to help shape effective and ethical tax practices. My experience in international tax matters and understanding the impact tax changes have on owner-managed businesses, will enable me to contribute meaningfully to our discussions and initiatives. I am excited to collaborate with fellow board members to promote transparency, compliance, and fairness within the tax system.”

ICAS is a global professional membership organisation for Chartered Accountants and also an educator, regulator, examiner and a professional awarding body.

Kimberley Thomson

Kimberley Thomson

I am head of tax for the firm and work closely with all of the offices.  I have over 20 years’ experience working for the big 4 firms, advising clients on their UK and international…