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Stephen Camm

Stephen set up Camm Consultancy in 2020 after 17 successful years as a tax partner, recognising a need for a tax recruitment and coaching firm fed exclusively by people who had worked in tax.


Stephen's tax career began at HMRC, before he was headhunted to PwC where he subsequently led and built the UK's leading tax dispute resolution practice.  Author of a book about tax disputes and numerous articles, and quoted in the national press, Stephen appeared as a recommended advisor in publications such as Spears and International Tax Review.

Stephen went on to head up PwC’s London Region Tax business, create a highly profitable joint venture with PwC Switzerland, buy and manage a tax related IT business for PwC and help set up the firm’s successful financial services focused private client practice. 


During his career Stephen has built up an enviable network and has recruited and coached many current tax partners and directors.  He has a reputation for being straightforward, perceptive and supportive.  


Stephen has also managed his own private firm, has been trustee to several family businesses and is regularly in demand as a sounding board for businesses both new and established.

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Sarah Blakelock

Sarah has been a successful tax partner of a law firm and professional services firms both in the United Kingdom and Australia. Sarah is a dual qualified lawyer and continues to hold a right to practice in both jurisdictions.


Sarah’s career began in tax at the Australian Government Solicitor in their Revenue Team solely advising the Commissioner of Taxation and the Australian Taxation Office on some of the most significant and complex tax disputes in that period, including one of the first transfer pricing cases brought through to a full hearing in the Australian Tribunal. Sarah later moved to private practice representing taxpayers in complex tax disputes both in the Australian Tribunal and Courts, and later in the United Kingdom Tax Tribunal as well as developing a practice in international tax arbitration where she is often appointed as a tax arbitrator under tax treaties. Sarah is a CEDR accredited mediator, a Harvard trained negotiator and holds a MSc in Taxation (Oxon) as well as being recognised in Who’s who legal, Best Lawyers and International Tax Review as a leading lawyer in corporate tax, international tax and tax controversy.


Whilst continuing to carry on a renowned consultancy in international tax advisory and tax dispute resolution, Sarah uses her vast experience and network in tax to work with candidates to assist them to find the right opportunity for them whether in a professional services firm, a law firm or further a field. Additionally, Sarah continues to provide executive coaching to work with those who are looking to make a career transition, developing and evidencing a business case for promotion, or for those looking to work on their further professional development whether through further education or leadership skill development a tailored service she has provided to a select few over the course of her career.  


Sarah continues to provide corporate and international tax advisory and work with corporates and multi-nationals to prevent, manage and resolve complex domestic and international tax disputes through her consultancy practice.

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