PracticeConsultingTwo new partners emerge from fast-track programme at Fraser Russell

Two new partners emerge from fast-track programme at Fraser Russell

Fraser Russell has appointed two new partners as result of the firm's new career development programme for high-flyers.

Linda Ballard and Simon Hart are the first new partners to come through the associate programme at the firm which was introduced in 1998.

Chris Hunt, partner and human resources manager at the firm, said: ‘We operate in a highly competitive market where advice and service of the highest quality are essential to the continuing success o both our firm and our clients’ business.’

The associate programme at the firm has already been expanded and younger workers yet to achieve management positions, but demonstrate potential, will have the opportunity for fast career progression.

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