PracticeAccounting FirmsEx-Target directors take Bishop Fleming roles

Ex-Target directors take Bishop Fleming roles

Andrew Sandiford stays on in Bath office along with former Target associate directors

FORMER TARGET Accountants directors have taken senior roles in Bishop Fleming’s Bath office.

The office, acquired from PwC administrators running the insolvent Target, was purchased by Bishop Fleming last December.

Target’s Andrew Sandiford has been appointed partner in charge of the Bath office. Simon Morrison stays on as audit partner in Bath, and Paul Morris is named tax partner for the office.

Former Target associate directors Debbie Boulton and Duncan Nicholas will serve as directors of business services with Bishop Fleming.

Rachel Sestini is named director of private client services and Angela Brake head of payroll services.

The Bath office purchase protected 47 former Target employees. Bishop Fleming is now looking into moving the Bath team into new premises in the city.

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