SOUTH-WEST firm Milsted Langdon has promoted three new partners.
Managers Rod Chedzoy, Stephen Griffiths and Gill Freeman took up the new roles at the beginning of May.
Founder Jonathan Langdon said: “As managers their considerable experience has already proven to be of great benefit to clients and colleagues alike and I am confident that, as partners, they will continue to play a key role in taking the firm forward.”
Rob Chedzoy, a tax specialist joined the firm’s Taunton office, while Stephen Griffiths managed the personal tax department at the firm’s Yeovil office. Gill Freeman is also based in Yeovil and works with owner managerd businesses and advises clients in the charity sector.
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