TOP TEN accountancy firm Smith & Williamson has made four partner promotions.
Tim Adams, Luke Brooks, Rebecca Shepherd and Chris Springett have all been promoted to partner at the accountancy, investment management and tax group.
Adams, who is a founding member of Smith & Williamson’s entrepreneurs group, has been promoted to partner within the assurance and business services division. He specialises in providing commercial, financial and strategic advice, as well as audit and accountancy services.
Brooks specialises in advising partners in law firms, sportspeople and entrepreneurs on their financial planning needs. Shepherd, who manages a broad selection of investment portfolios including those of individuals and pensions, has been promoted to partner of Smith & Williamson Investment Management.
Springett has been promoted to partner within the private client tax services team.
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