PracticeAccounting FirmsBDO appoints six partners from the ranks

BDO appoints six partners from the ranks

BDO chief Simon Michaels congratulates staff for achieving partner status, winning "the recognition they richly deserve"

BDO has announced that it has internally appointed six new partners. The
promotions became effective as of 3 July 2010.

Five of the partners, Andy Cottle, David Isherwood, Pauline McGee, James
Nicholls, and Julie Rice are based in London while Paul Bates works in BDO’s
Leeds office.

Simon Michaels, BDO’s managing partner said: “Our people are the lifeblood of
our firm and at BDO we strive to create an environment where the highest calibre
individuals have the chance to thrive within a collaborative culture where
clients come first.”

“It is particularly important to us to nurture, develop and promote talent
from within.

“So I’m proud that these six individuals have achieved partner status and
been given the recognition they richly deserve.”

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