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Fourteen new partners at BDO Stoy Hayward

Fourteen bumps up number of new partners in current financial year to 27

Fourteen partners have been appointed at BDO Stoy Hawyard, bumping up the
firm’s new crop of thirteen partners who have already joined in the current
financial year.

All of the partners are current employees, four of whom joined as trainees.

Managing partner, Jeremy Newman, said he was delighted at the new appointees.

‘This is a demonstration of the firm’s continued growth and our ambitions to
become a clear alternative to the Big Four,’ Newman said.

Newman’s comments come on the back of his
criticism two weeks ago of BDO’s
experience of unfair competition at the hands of a Big Four firm, which muscled
BDO out of winning a contract with a European company by dropping its price.

Further reading:

Big Four engaged in ‘unfair competition’,
says Newman

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