JEFFREYS HENRY, the Top50+50 accountancy firm, has promoted Justin Randall to the newly created role of managing partner.
In the 12 months to April 2016, the firm has boosted fee income by 15% to £7m through a combination of strategic client wins, exploiting new opportunities and adopting new software.
In his new role, Randall will lead the firms’ growth strategy by expanding its specialist service offering to listed companies, restaurants, property groups and tech companies, as well as launching complimentary services such as legal and HR.
Randall, who joined Jeffreys Henry partner in 1994, has built up experience working with AIM listed companies as well as advising high profile clients such as Gordon Ramsay and Simon Woodroffe.
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