PracticeAccounting FirmsBeever and Struthers wins Welsh audit

Beever and Struthers wins Welsh audit

Welsh not-for-profit awards Beever with audit contract

A North-West Wales housing and not-for-profit organisation has awarded audit
work to
Beever and
Struthers
.

Cartrefi
Cymunedol Gwynedd
, which took ownership of Gwynedd Council homes in
April, chose Beever after it had undertaken business review work for the
organisation.

“I am confident that they will benefit from the vast experience of the Beever
and Struthers’ social housing team,” said Beever partner Maria Hallows.

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