LONDON, UK, FEBRUARY 12, 2019 – Moore Stephens US Tax Services Limited, part of the Moore Stephens Doeren Mayhew group, is pleased to announce that Linus Ostberg has been elected a director effective January 1, 2019.
Ostberg has advised on cross border tax matters for more than 11 years with a particular focus on private clients. Before joining Moore Stephens in late 2017 Ostberg spent the immediate seven years with a Big 4 firm in the UK, Sweden and the US where he advised a varied client portfolio on complex US tax matters.
“Linus has an excellent track record of advising on the most difficult and high-value cross-border tax affairs,” says Joseph A. Amine, CPA, and Director at Moore Stephens Doeren Mayhew. “He has been instrumental in building our US tax capability in London and we are proud of his promotion to director.”
Ostberg’s areas of expertise include:
Ostberg is a 2007 graduate of the UCL in London with a BSc degree in Economics and an Enrolled Agent authorized to represent clients before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
Moore Stephens Doeren Mayhew assists privately-controlled businesses—and the families who own them—in building and preserving wealth by providing privileged access to specialists, knowledge, and the highest quality personal service. Our firm combines a breadth of international audit, assurance, tax and consulting services with local market knowledge and international strength. Offices are located in Troy, MI; Houston and Dallas, TX; Miami, FL; Charlotte, NC; Zurich, Switzerland; and, London, United Kingdom. Moore Stephens Doeren Mayhew is an independent member firm of Moore Stephens North America, which is itself a regional member of Moore Stephens International Limited (MSIL).
Based in London and part of the Moore Stephens Doeren Mayhew group, Moore Stephens US Tax Services Limited offers Americans in the UK and businesses with a US connection a personalized and high-quality service for their complex tax needs.
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