Office of Tax Simplification appoints Paul Morton as tax director

Incumbent John Whiting to retire

Hannah Godfrey
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Office of Tax Simplification appoints Paul Morton as tax director

Paul Morton has been appointed as the new tax director of the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS), succeeding John Whiting, who is retiring from the position he has held since the body was established in 2010.

The OTS said Morton, who is retiring as head of group tax at multinational information and analytics company RELX Group, would "provide expert advice, guidance and direction and bring years of experience...

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