Q&A with Tony Reddin

Get to know our Liverpool Tax partner

What are you most looking forward to about the challenge ahead?

After almost 25 years in one place, it is quite easy to get conditioned to only one way of working. I am looking forward to seeing fresh ideas from new colleagues and being open to the challenge of doing things differently.

Which industry leader would you most like to meet and why?

Deborah Meaden. I think she strikes the right balance of being commercial, entrepreneurial, and compassionate.

Who would be invited to your fantasy dinner party?

  • Jurgen Klopp for the hugs
  • Kevin Bridges – for the laughs
  • Gordon Ramsay – for the food
  • John Lennon – for the entertainment
  • Elon Musk – for the controversial views

What do you like most about working in Liverpool?

It hosts quite a small but well-connected business community and by being out and about in the city you will bump into fellow professionals you know or have worked with in the past. It has been good to be back out in the city and to meet people face to face after not being able to do so for 2 years.    

What do you think clients need to think about?

If it hasn’t do so already, ESG will come to the forefront in the coming years. To help to deliver a sustainable strategy, businesses will need to be committed to providing an open, honest, and fair framework to their stakeholders. This includes employees, suppliers, clients and communities. This will then enable them to contribute meaningfully to their sustainability promise.

If you would like to get in touch Tony, please email tony.reddin@mooreandsmalley.co.uk or equally call on 0151 318 9201