Tony Sarin has joined Top 50 accounting firm MacIntyre Hudson as a strategic
adviser to its management board.
Sarin, the founder of one of the original consolidators, Numerica, has
started up a number of listed companies and joins the firm as it implements its
new LLP structure, which is due to be completed by the first of October.
MacIntyre Hudson chairman Dick Panter said Sarin’s background as a ‘serial
entrepreneur’ would help the firm as it converted to an LLP structure.
‘I feel that as a representative of fast growing, small and medium sized
businesses, Tony will also help us continue the high standard of service offered
to our clients,’ Panter said.
Sarin founded software group Softtechnet in 2001, before starting up
Numerica. He also acted as a business ambassador for London’s 2012 bid.
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