Tenon, the AIM-listed accounting firm, has bolstered its senior management
team with the appointment of four new directors and and six associate directors.
The new appointments come at a time of uncertainty for the group, which has
struggled grow its share price and is investigating the possibility of an MBO.
The four new directors at the firm are: David Hoose, the new director of
business sevices in Nottingham, and Mike Cheetham who will head up
government and public services in Basingstoke. In the Edinburgh office Keith
Marshall will run outsourcing and Fiona Martin will lead audit and business
Andy Raynor, Tenon’s chief executive, said: ‘It’s great to see that our
flagship training and development programme is working effectively and has
resulted in these recent promotions.’
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