PracticeAccounting FirmsBaker Tilly strengthens Hereford office

Baker Tilly strengthens Hereford office

Baker Tilly has bolstered its 80-strong Hereford office with a number of key appointments

Baker Tilly has
made a number of key appointments at its tax department of its 80-strong
Hereford office.

Claire Willetts joins the firm as tax partner, transferring from the
Birmingham office. She will be joined by assistant manager Anthony Dean, who has
significant experience in corporate tax, and tax trainee Ken Sin, Hereford
Times
reports.

Baker Tilly is also expanding its Hereford audit team with the arrival of
audit senior Sian Didlick, assistant Jamie Dover and trainee technician Amy
Vernon.

The Hereford office will be underpinning its growth with the help of
restructuring and recovery secretary Susan Parkes, administrator Jade Qualter
and administration assistant Wendy Winterburn. Heather Harrie joins as payroll
supervisor.

Further reading:

Senior appointments at Baker Tilly East Anglia

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story in the Hereford Times

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