PracticeAccounting FirmsKingston Smith picks home grown talent for new partners

Kingston Smith picks home grown talent for new partners

Three employees who joined one of the UK’s top 20 accountancy and auditing firms as graduate trainees have been appointed partners.

Daniel Martine, Mark Twum-Ampofo and Matthew Meadows have been promoted to
partners at Kingston Smith LLP,
bringing the total number to 52.

Martine and Twum-Ampofo will become general practice partners and Meadows
will be a corporate finance partner.

‘I am delighted that three more talented accountants have joined the team of
partners. It’s particularly encouraging to see our graduates promoted, earning a
place within the partnership. Their commitment, enthusiasm and knowledge are
highly valued at Kingston Smith,’ said senior partner Michael Snyder.

Kingston Smith employs around 400 people and has specialist expertise in
entertainment, sports, hospitality, manufacturing, medical, professional firms,
property and TV/media industries.

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