The Professional Mediators' Association welcomes HMRC

The management and members of the Professional Mediators Association (PMA) are thrilled to welcome over 30 tax dispute mediators from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) as accredited members of the PMA. The PMA is committed to delivering excellence across all areas of mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). We are delighted that HMRC have chosen the PMA as the standard bearer for best practice in tax dispute mediation.

Each of the HMRC tax dispute mediators has undertaken a rigorous accredited training programme designed and delivered by The PMA’s training partners at The TCM Group. The route to accreditation for HMRC mediators included completing an assessed role play and the completion of a detailed learning journal.

David Liddle, president of the Professional Mediators Association added: “We are delighted that HMRC have chosen the PMA as their mediator certification body and we look forward to working with HMRC and other Government Departments to ensure that they uphold the highest of professional standards going forward.”

About the PMA

The Professional Mediators' Association is an independent, not for profit company formed in 2007 to act as a professional body for a community of mediators working across the UK and globally. The PMA exists to raise awareness of mediation and to promote excellence in all aspects of mediation. Our aim is to provide a voice for professional mediators and to influence government policy and decision making whilst raising the profile and standards of mediation practice. For more details and to join the PMA, please visit

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