Jane Lodge, who joined the firm in 1976 and has been a partner for over 13 years, took over from Daryl Wyer on 1 June.
Lodge was formerly partner responsible for the Midlands Assurance & Advisory practice. One of her greatest achievement’s over the past year has been her pioneering role in the firm’s global learning programme.
Lodge said: ‘I am very pleased to have been appointed to this position. It is an exciting challenge and I will be continuing to drive growth which the Birmingham office has seen over the last few years.’
Her main goals in the new position are to continue diversifying and embracing new technologies by applying Birmingham office’s specialists skills to help the region’s businesses.
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