PracticeAccounting FirmsKingston Smith recruit not for profit partner from BDO

Kingston Smith recruit not for profit partner from BDO

Andrew Stickland joins Kingston Smith as a partner in its not for profit team from BDO

Kingston Smith recruit not for profit partner from BDO

TOP 20 firm Kingston Smith has appointed Andrew Stickland as a partner in its not for profit team.

Joining from BDO, Stickland has over 20 years’ experience of working with charities, membership bodies, learned societies and trade associations.

Neil Finlayson, head of not for profit at Kingston Smith, said: “His extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of the sector will further strengthen our offering as we look to meet growing client demand.”

The appointment comes three months after Finlayson was charged with heading the firm’s not-for-profit team.

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