ACCOUNTANCY FIRM Francis Clark has been boosted after Lucinda Penn qualified as an insolvency practitioner.
Penn joined the firm in 2003, qualifying as a chartered accountant in 2007.
She has passed her JIEB papers in liquidations, receiverships and personal insolvency.
The 29-year-old is also the deputy president of the south Western Society of Chartered Accountants, and becomes its youngest ever president in May.
Stephen Hobson, head of Francis Clark’s insolvency team, said: “We are all delighted for Lucinda who has worked incredibly hard to achieve Licensed Insolvency Practitioner status. She will undoubtedly continue to make a considerable contribution to our growing insolvency and business recovery practice.”
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