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We’re delighted to announce the promotion of 10 new partners and five directors across a range of specialisms.
Joining the partnership at PKF Francis Clark are: Aaron Lawes (business advisory, Poole); Chris Rodgers (corporate tax, Exeter); Dawn Peattie (agriculture and landed estates, Salisbury); Ian Hughes (business advisory, Truro); Justin Gliddon (business advisory, Plymouth); Katie Skea (healthcare, Truro); Lisa Whitbread (tax, Poole); Nicola Cornish (audit, Truro); Sam Phillips (corporate finance, Bristol); and Tom Beable (audit, Exeter).
It brings our total number of partners to 60, the most in the firm’s 104-year history.
The latest round of promotions also sees the appointment of five directors: Adrian Way (audit and assurance, Poole); Amy Hammacott (business advisory, Plymouth); Andrew Dungey (business advisory, Truro); Chris Potts (corporate finance, Poole); and Steve Moorhouse (tax, Torquay).
Managing partner Andrew Richards said: “Supporting colleagues to progress in their careers is an important part of our culture, so I’m proud to welcome a record number of new partners this year as the firm continues to grow.
“Our new partners and directors have all invested a lot of time and effort in their professional development to get to this point, and I look forward to them playing key roles in the ongoing success of the firm and our clients in the years to come.”
Applications are currently open for our 2023 graduate and school leaver accountancy apprenticeships. More information can be found at pkf-francisclarkcareers.co.uk.