New York
12 July 2017
Reporter: Becky Butcher

ComplianceDNA expands team


ComplianceDNA, the US sister company of FiscalReps, has appointed Olivia Larson as client specialist, effective 1 September.

The company, headed by CEO Asher Harris, was formed in 2015 as a joint venture with FiscalReps, to provide tax and regulatory services to suit the US insurance industry.

Mike Stalley, CEO of FiscalReps, said: “It is extremely satisfying to see how ComplianceDNA has grown from strength to strength. We are delighted to offer this secondment to Olivia Larson, who has all the necessary skills and experience to meet the increased influx of new clients that we are seeing.”

Stalley added: “She has been working with the US team for some time now so this is a natural progression and presents a great opportunity for both companies to provide US services to European clients and vice versa.”

“The approach adopted by ComplianceDNA mirrors what we have successfully achieved across Europe by focussing on achieving compliance with all relevant tax statutes and deliberately steering clear of aggressive tax avoidance strategies and opaque financial arrangements.”

Commenting on her appointment, Larson said: “I am very excited about the move, having worked with Asher Harris on a number of projects over the last year. This is a great opportunity for me to expand my knowledge of the US market and continue to provide liaison between the two companies. Having worked for UK and European clients, there are synergies that we can apply to the US market.”

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