PracticeAccounting FirmsMazars increases partner count by 12.5%

Mazars increases partner count by 12.5%

Mazars hires nine new partners to take total to 89

Mazars has appointed nine new partners this autumn, taking the total number
of partners to 89.

Eight of the new partners have been promoted from within the UK firm, and one
has joined from Mazars’ Frankfurt office. David Evans, senior partner, said the
appointments were an ‘important milestone’ for the firm.

The new partners’ specialisms cover a wide range including corporate finance,
actuarial services, financial reporting, Sarbanes-Oxley, and international tax
matters. Specialist sector expertise includes banking, insurance, public sector
and owner-managed businesses.

Six of the appointments have been made in the firm’s London office, and the
remaining three in the Brighton, Southampton and Sutton offices.

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