Yorkshire based Clough and Company has appointed Gina Deahan and Donna Robinson in its Bradford office, along with Jenny Laycock in its Keighley branch and Emma Ralston in Dewsbury. The firm said it now employs 23 female earners, which making up 33% of the team as a whole. Deahan, 19, is training for her AAT, Laycock, 22, a graduate from Leeds University is working towards chartered status whilst Robinson, 18, has taken on the role of small business adviser trainee. Ralston, 25, joins the company from a banking background and is now training to become a certified accountant.
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