HW Fisher and Kreston Reeves announce new partners

HW Fisher and Kreston Reeves announce new partners

New partners have been announced at both HW Fisher and Kreston Reeves accountants. Darshna Choudhury and Paul Clark at HW Fisher with Tom Wacher and Rob Sellers at Kreston Reeves

HW Fisher and Kreston Reeves announce new partners

Top 25 chartered accountancy practice, HW Fisher, has expanded its audit division with the appointment of Darshna Choudhury and Paul Clark as partners. Both joined HW Fisher as graduate trainees and will be working in the firm’s audit and assurance services.

While at Kreston Reeves, another home-grown talent, Tom Wacher, becomes partner alongside colleague Rob Sellers. Wacher specialises in forensic accounting, focusing on business valuations, fraud investigations and commercial disputes. Sellers is an experienced audit and financial reporting specialist with a deep understanding of the education, charity and not for profit sectors.

“The leadership team at HW Fisher recognised tremendous talent in Darshna and Paul,” said Andrew Rich, managing partner at HW Fisher, of Choudhury and Clark’s appointments.

“They have both built their careers at HW Fisher and developed excellent client portfolios. In turn they are regarded as good role models within the company and examples of what can be achieved at HW Fisher. I look forward to watching them further develop their careers as partners,” he added.

Nigel Fright, Managing Partner at Kreston Reeves said of Wacher and Sellers’ appointments: “Our congratulations go to Rob and Tom on their promotion to partner. Both trained with the firm and have seen their career grow at Kreston Reeves. Rob and Tom continuously make highly valued contributions to the growth of the firm, their areas of expertise and to clients of the firm. Their promotions are very well deserved.”

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