PracticeAccounting FirmsPrice Bailey promotes Godsave to partner

Price Bailey promotes Godsave to partner

Price Bailey promotes Chris Godsave to partner in the business services team, based in its City of London office

Price Bailey promotes Godsave to partner

TOP 30 FIRM Price Bailey has promoted Chris Godsave to partner in the business services team, based in its City of London office.

Godsave has been with Price Bailey for 20 years and trained and qualified with the firm. In 2007 he was part of the original team that relocated to establish the firm’s first London office and in 2009 transferred departments to the business services team to establish the City business team.

He has worked across both the business and corporate teams and is a member of the Price Bailey professionals, healthcare and technology sector teams.

“Having worked at the firm for many years I have been lucky enough to be a part of the evolution and growth of the practice from a regional East Anglian firm to its current position,” said Godsave.

Price Bailey are ranked 28th in the most recent Top 50+50.

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