Haysmacintyre appoints new managing partner

Haysmacintyre appoints new managing partner

haysmacintyre today announced Jeremy Beard as their new Managing Partner. Beard, who has been a partner at the firm for 24 years, takes over from Ian Cliffe.

Haysmacintyre appoints new managing partner

Top 25 accountancy firm haysmacintyre has announced Jeremy Beard as managing partner of the firm. Beard begins his role immediately and takes over from Ian Cliffe, who has led haysmacintyre for the past six years, the maximum permitted by the firm.

“I am thrilled to be taking on the role of managing partner at such an exciting time for haysmacintyre,” said Beard.

“Ian has successfully led the firm through a period of unprecedented growth, achieving double-digit growth for the last four years. I intend to build on our achievements, whilst maintaining the exceptionally high standards of service that we provide to our clients.”

Cliffe will now focus on client work, expanding his portfolio within the creative media and technology sector, and leading the firm’s transaction support team.

Beard has been a partner at haysmacintyre for 24 years after qualifying with haysmacintyre in 1990. He is currently head of the Professional Institutes and Membership Bodies (PIMBs) sector team, advising a range of membership organisations and professional institutes.

Beard has held a number of management positions within the firm including positions on the management board and supervisory board and is currently a non-executive director of MSI Global Alliance, haysmacintyre’s international association of accountants and lawyers.

He will be joined on the new management board by Andrew Broome (head of services), Anna Bennett (head of operations), Natasha Frangos (head of corporate), Richard Weaver (head of not for profit), and Simon Wilks.

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