Newly-appointed Chiltern chief executive David Pert has said that he wants to
double the tax consultancy’s revenues within three years.
Pert, who has worked as managing director of Chiltern since 2003, takes the
CEO role following the separation of Chiltern from Moores Rowland earlier this
year when Moores Rowland merged with Mazars.
Pert has laid out an ambitious growth strategy that will include
‘My vision for the company is to complete our goal of doubling our revenues
over three years, not only through organic growth backed by exemplary client
service, but also through the acquisition of niche businesses that complement
our existing service lines,’ he said.
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