New movers at Haslers

by Kevin Reed

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14 Feb 2014

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A PROMOTION and new appointments have been made at Loughton-based Haslers.

Greg Davis joins the firm from David Rubin & Partners as a manager. Serving on a temporary basis, Davis will serve in Haslers insolvency team.

Laurence Gane has been promoted to manager, having joined the firm's tax team seven years ago. He has qualified as a chartered tax advisor and associate tax technician during that period.

Laurence Jacobs, chairman, Haslers, said: "Greg has a wealth of experience in insolvency and was previously manager at David Rubin & Partners. He will bring new skills and expertise to the insolvency team, further strengthening our expanding team."

Lily Blackwell also joins the firm, for one day a week, as she studies her legal secretarial diploma.


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