REEVES has promoted its managing partner Clive Stevens to chairman succeeding David Ashman.
Stevens takes up the role on 1 January 2014 and is succeeded by Nigel Fright who joined the firm as a trainee.
Clive, the new chairman has been with the firm since 1995. He will continue to represent the company at an international level as a board director at the firm's international network Kreston International.
Nigel commented "I am absolutely honoured to be appointed by my partners to this exciting and challenging role as Managing Partner. The firm has achieved so much over the last few years. The team of myself and Andrew, with the continuing benefit of Clive's counsel, will be able to take the firm forward to even greater successes in the future".
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