A new partner has been appointed in the City of London office at MacIntyre Hudson.
John Mendes (pictured), who founded MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s outsourcing team when he joined, has been promoted.
Rakesh Shaunak, chairman of MacIntyre Hudson, said: “We are very pleased to announce that John has been made a partner. His outsourced service team, which he has led since its foundation, provides many of the essential functions on which every successful business is built.”
Mendes has previously run his own outsourcing services company for the past 18 years before joining the firm. Before that, he has worked at two firms providing a range of accounting services and business advice.
MHA MacIntyre Hudson is a top 20 firm that currently has 86 partners and over 550 staff in fourteen offices.
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