Tenon has bolstered its ranks with the appointment of 3 new directors and
four associate directors.
The appointments are part of the listed accounting group’s plans to be
turning over £250m by 2012.
Jeremy Woodside has been promoted to Recovery director and is based in
Tenon’s Manchester office. Stanley Burkett-Coltman who is based at Tenon’s
Southampton office has also been appointed as a director of Tenon Recovery.
Russell McBurnie has been promoted to director and is head of finance for the
The new associate directors are Andrew Barnes, Melissa Howett, Craig Morrison
and Cara Chambers.
‘In the last twelve months we have made eight director and ten associate
director promotions. 2008 is set to be a very challenging economic environment
which I am sure will bring a number of interesting opportunities for all our
service lines,’ Tenon chief executive Andy Raynor said.
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