HASLERS has made Dominic Dumville an insolvency partner at the Essex-based firm
Dumville joined Haslers in 2005 as a part-qualified accountant, before completing his ACCA qualification.
He worked with both the business services group and corporate finance team before joining insolvency in July 200, and successfully completing the Joint Insolvency Examination Board (JIEB) exams.
In 2015, Dumville gained his insolvency practitioner’s licence and has been taking appointments for the firm in his new role.
Newly promoted Dumville, said: “I am absolutely delighted to be taking up this position within Haslers in 2016. Having spent a significant portion of my career with the firm I am very pleased to take an active role in its bright future success.”
Laurence Jacobs, chairman of Haslers, said: “Dominic has proven himself to be an exceptional member of staff and has shown great commitment to providing our clients with the highest level of service.”
The deadline for entries into the profession’s awards expires tomorrow, 29 July.
PKF UKI, which is made up of seven member firms in the UK and Ireland, today announced a total fee income of £128.9m for the year ending 31 May 2016
UHY Hacker Young, the national accountancy group, has named Chris Smith as a new partner in its London office
Curiosity killed the cat, but doesn't appear to afflict accounting watchdog the FRC, muses Colin