David Wilson has been made a partner of James & Cowper. Wilson, 34, who lives in Abingdon, joined the firm six months ago from BKR Haines Watts where he was managing partner of its Glasgow office. He specialises in advising owner-managed businesses looking for proactive partner-led relationship with their accountant.
Bhodi Sunth has also been made a partner at the Thames Valley-based firm and will be based at the firm’s Reading office. Sunth, who lives in Caversham, will continue to be involved in developing the firm’s business advisory services.
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