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Capital Allowances Act 2001

Consultative Committee

9.The work is also reviewed by a Consultative Committee, representing the accountancy and legal professions and the interests of taxpayers. Its members as at December 2000 were:

Neil MunroTax Law Rewrite Project Director (Chair)
Graham Aaronson QCRevenue Bar Association
Richard BaronInstitute of Directors
Adam BrokeSpecial Committee of Tax Law Consultative Bodies
Colin CampbellConfederation of British Industry
Russell ChaplinLondon Chamber of Commerce
Keith DanielsChartered Institute of Taxation
Colin DavisChartered Institute of Taxation
Malcolm GammieLaw Society of England and Wales
Terry HopesInstitute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
Matt McGrathAssociation of British Insurers
Simon McKieInstitute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
Simon MackintoshLaw Society of Scotland
H C D RankinInstitute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland
Mavis SargentAssociation of Chartered Certified Accountants
Simon SweetmanFederation of Small Businesses
Jane VassConsumers’ Association
Professor David Williams
Mervyn WoodsConfederation of British Industry

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