Mazars announces 10 new partners

Mazars announces 10 new partners

Three Partners have joined as part of acquisition of healthcare accounting firm Hall Liddy.

Mazars announces 10 new partners

Global accountancy firm Mazars today announced the promotion of five new partners from within the business and 10 new partners in total.

The partners from within the business are drawn from Audit, Consulting, Restructuring Services and Financial Planning in various locations across the UK, serving clients from individuals to entrepreneurial businesses to financial institutions, listed businesses and public sector bodies.

As part of the acquisition of Hall Liddy, a healthcare accounting firm in the North-West of England, three partners have joined whilst the firm also secured services of experienced specialists Max Bark and Clive Fathers from competitors, bringing the total number of partners to 10.

Phil Verity, Senior Partner, said: “People are at the heart of our business, and in a shifting regulatory landscape which includes the opportunities presented by audit market reform, we are committed to building a leadership team for the future. Our ambitious plans are built on a foundation of nurturing talent throughout the organisation and ensuring that we reward our high performers, while identifying and attracting individuals with the skills and approach to help drive our business.

“These promotions represent the breadth of experience, entrepreneurial outlook and focus on clients to which we all aspire: I am proud to welcome these talented and dedicated people to the partnership. We look forward to announcing further partner appointments in the coming weeks as we continue to grow and invest in talent.”

The list of Mazars‘ new partners includes Matt Carter in Restructuring Services; Leila Kamdem-Fotso in Consulting, Financial Services; Neil Strong and Clive Fathers in Tax; Karen Murray in Audit, Public Sector; Andy Springford in Financial Planning; Max Bark in Audit & Assurance; Des Liddy, Andrew Pow, and Melanie Thomas in Healthcare.

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