BDO Stoy Hayward has appointed ten new
partners, all of whom come from within the firm, who will take up their new
positions next month.
This is in addition to ten direct entry partners recruited within the current
financial year and 11 new partners appointed from within the firm in April.
‘These promotions demonstrate the firm’s continued commitment to
invest in great people and to ensure we have the capability for continued
growth. Our ability to promote from within is also a clear sign of the
firm’s depth of home-developed talent,’ said Jeremy Newman, managing partner of
BDO Stoy Hayward.
Seven of the new partners are based in London whilst the remaining three
are located in Southampton, Glasgow and Leeds.
The new partners include: Paul Anthony, covering business assurance in
Southampton and Suneel Gupta working in business assurance in London;
Christopher Clark and Sam Surrey working in corporate finance in London; Kaley
Crossthwaite, Fiona Fernie and David Mitchell working within forensic services
in London; Helen Jones covering tax in London; Andrew McNamara covering business
assurance based in Glasgow and Jason Whitworth in corporate finance based in
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