CROWE CLARK WHITEHILL, the top 20 accountancy firm, has announced the promotion of Chris Mould to partner.
Mould joined Crowe in 1998 and has a wealth of experience advising large corporates. Chris will focus on advising owner-managed businesses, both in the UK and internationally in a wide range of sectors and industries including manufacturing, engineering, retail, pharmaceuticals and AIM-listed companies.
Crowe’s chief executive, David Mellor commented: “Chris trained and qualified at Crowe. His promotion is a true reflection of the support we provide to our people; championing dedication and supporting progression. I welcome Chris to the partnership and wish him every success”.
His promotion follows the recent partnership promotions of Simon Crookston and Tim Redwood in Crowe’s corporate tax and not for profit teams.
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