MERCER & HOLE's general practice team has been boosted with the appointment of Andrew Lawes.
With 25 years' experience at EY and Baker Tilly, Lawes takes a partner role where he will use his diverse experience across sectors including manufacturing and telcos. He will work from the firm's Milton Keynes and St Albans offices.
Paul Maberly, senior partner at Mercer & Hole, said: "Andrew brings a wealth of knowledge with him and will be an excellent addition to Mercer & Hole. He specialises in working with owner managed businesses, helping and advising on all aspects of growing the business and planning for exit/succession. His experience will add even more strength to the general practice team."
Mercer & Hole sits at 47 in the Accountancy Age Top 50 +50 survey of firms, with £12.4m in fee income.
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