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Nicholls back at Moore Stephens

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Isle of Man-based Moore Stephens welcomed back Chris Nicholls, who took over as client service manager after a four-year absence. His teams specializes in EU VAT, ownership and management structures for superyachts and business aircraft.

“We are very pleased to have Chris back on board,” said Clive Dixon, managing partner in Moore Stephens. “After gaining further experience with a well known name in the industry, we now welcome him back with open arms.”

Nicholls has more than 15 years experience in the superyacht industry and first joined Moore Stephens in 2002.

For more information, visit www.msiom.com.

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