TOP 20 accountancy firm Crowe Clark Whitehill has made a number of promotions for 2016, appointing a senior audit manager to partner of its not-for-profit team, and making further additions to its regional offices.
The tax, audit and advisory specialists have promoted charity expert Tim Redwood to partner in its not-for-profit team, as well as promoting corporate tax specialist Simon Crookston to partner at its Kent office.
Redwood has been at CCW since 2007 and has specialised in working with charities for most of his career. Following his promotion to partner he will continue to focus on international NGOs, arts organisations and service providers.
Commenting on the promotion, Pesh Framjee, head of not for profit at CCW said: “The charity sector is facing a time of much change with new regulations, funding pressures and increasing demand. We will continue to make the right investment in the talent and resources that we need to work with our clients as the face new challenges and also new opportunities.”
Crookston moved to CCW in 2012 after 15 years at KPMG. He will continue to build the firm’s corporate offering, advising a range of businesses from start-ups to working with international groups.
David Mellor, chief executive of Crowe Clark Whitehill, commented: “This is an exciting time for the firm as we continue to grow, and Simon’s promotion positions us well to respond to clients’ needs.
“The appointment of Simon, together with other partnership appointments announced today is part of that ongoing strategy.”
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