Harbour Key is contender for major tax award.
A Gloucestershire business is in the running for a prestigious prize. Harbour Key has been shortlisted as finalist in the Single Office Tax Practice category in this year’s Taxation Awards, which will be held at the London Hilton Park Lane on Thursday, May 19. It is the biggest night of the taxation calendar and guests will include industry personnel. It will include a stunning audio visual display, a showcase for the successful awards finalists, and the presentation of trophies to the winners. Harbour Key, based at Staverton Technology Park, near Cheltenham, is a business combining specialist tax, reward and funding knowledge with traditional accounting skills. Harbour Key director Phil Mitchell said:
“We are amazed with being nominated as a finalist, as the business is only five years old, and it recognises the fantastic work the Harbour Key team undertake for our clients and other professional advisors we support. “We are against four other firms, one of which was has been trading since 1868, and I’d like to thank our staff, clients and intermediaries for all their support in achieving the shortlisting.”