PracticeAccounting FirmsTenon loses North West boss

Tenon loses North West boss

Didsbury-based boss takes on FD role at advisory group

Jane Partington, head of mid-tier firm Tenon’s £15m business in the North
West, has quit to become finance director at Warrington-based Brookson, a client
of the firm.

Brookson provides tax and legal advice to contractors.

Partington became Tenon Group’s regional managing director in 2003, and was
part of a management team, which had been considering a buyout.

She has been replaced by Martin Kirby who will lead the 260-strong workforce
across offices in Manchester, Rochdale, Bacup and Chorley.

‘Tenon was a great place to work but this is a brilliant new challenge. I
know Brookson well as it has been a client of mine in the areas of business
planning, tax, outsourcing and payroll services,’ Partington said.

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