PracticeAccounting FirmsRSM Bentley Jennison to ‘recruit heavily’

RSM Bentley Jennison to 'recruit heavily'

New member firm of RSM global network to make a raft of appointments at all levels, with a special drive in London

Tony Stockdale has said that RSM Bentley Jennison’s first move as a result of
joining the RSM International global network will be to hire staff across the
firm.

‘We’ll be recruiting at all levels, including partner – particularly in
London,’ the RSM Bentley Jennison boss said.

From September, Stockdale said that he would be moving his base of operations
from the administrative HQ in Telford to London, in order to join head of audit
Phil Coleman and Richard Smith, head of risk management.

The firm curently has 14 offices in the UK, and more than 1,000 staff, but
harbours major desires to expand.

In addition to a base in Westminster, RSM Bentley Jennison is planning to
move out of its main London office in Moorgate which houses 120 staff, a
spokeswoman said. It is now looking for premises with double the amount of space
to accommodate the current staff and the new recruits.

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