Phipps & Co has held receptions to celebrate the admission to their management team of three associates. All three have been working in senior positions in the firm for some two years. The associates are Susan Coates, Samantha Cooper and Neil Cunliffe. Coates has over 16 years experience in the accountancy profession. She trained and qualified with a medium firm-sized firm and developed specialisms in farming, solicitors’ partnerships and family run limited companies. In her spare time she assists with the organisation and management of a football team. Cooper has a background in general practice. She worked for a eight-partner firm of chartered accountants in Surrey for five years, where she trained and qualified.
She then relocated to Kent and worked for another local practice for eighteen months before joining Phipps & Co. Cunliffe trained and qualified with KPMG working in a number of specialist areas giving variety and breadth of experience. After ten years working at KPMG, he moved into industry for a short time before joining the company.
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