PracticeAccounting FirmsBDO names Michaels as new managing partner

BDO names Michaels as new managing partner

Simon Michaels to take over from Jeremy Newman as head of mid-tier firm

The new managing partner of BDO Stoy Hayward has been announced today, as the
firm named Simon Michaels as the man to take over from outgoing boss Jeremy
Newman.

Michaels, an employee at BDO since 1987 and currently the head of the firm’s
business restructuring arm, was chosen after a formal election process held this
month.

The business restructuring arm of BDO has significantly grown its market
share since Michaels took charge of the division in 2004.

Michaels will take the helm at the firm in October, when Newman steps down
and takes on a new role as the head of BDO International.

Further reading:

Mathias a hot tip for BDO succession

Read Jeremy
Newman’s blog

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