Becky qualified as a chartered accountant and chartered tax adviser whilst working in the private client tax department of a Big Four firm. In this role, she advised a portfolio of ultra-high-net-worth individuals on their personal tax affairs, worked on a number of tax disputes, and assisted with disclosures to HM Revenue & Customs. She also undertook a three-month secondment to the firm’s Tax Policy Group, where she drafted the written response to a government consultation and technical instructions to Counsel.
After gaining over three years’ experience in tax, Becky joined Haberman Ilett in April 2017 to begin a career in forensic accounting. Since then, she has worked on a dispute involving quantifying the reduction in value of a company’s shares following the breach of an accounting warranty, and a dispute involving assessing the loss to a manufacturing company as a result of the operation of cartels in markets from which it sourced certain components.
Outside of work, Becky enjoys playing the saxophone in a London jazz band and attending dance classes.