TOP 20 accountancy firm MHA MacIntyre Hudson has appointed Justin Moss as partner in its High Wycombe office.
Moss – a chartered accountant – joined the firm in 2009 as a graduate trainee and has steadily grown his client portfolio. Today he advises clients of all sizes, from owner managed and family-run businesses to publicly quoted companies.
In addition to providing audit and general business advice, hiss specialism is corporate finance, helping clients with fund raisings, acquisitions and disposals, business valuations, share ownership structures and financial due diligence during deals.
He is part of the MHA MacIntyre Hudson corporate finance team, and works alongside Cameron Cook, head of transaction services, on transactions and valuations. Since being made a partner, he will also support the firm’s lead advisory teams based in London, Milton Keynes & Leicester.
Cameron Cook, head of transaction services, said: “We are delighted to welcome Justin to the Partnership. His appointment recognises his outstanding contribution to the firm over the past seven years.”
“Our people are the heart of our business which is why we are committed to investing in our staff and recognising their hard work, dedication and ability by supporting their progression.”
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