EXPERIENCED YORKSHIRE practitioner Roland Clark has joined Clough & Company as a director.
Clark has served in practice for more than 30 years, including terms at Grant Thornton, Horwath Clark Whitehill and, most recently, Baker Tilly.
He has audited and advised SME, not-for-profit, charity and social enterprise organisations. He also helped Yorkshire schools turn into academies.
Clark is pro-chancellor and treasurer of the University of Bradford, a director of Bradford YMCA and a lay canon of Bradford Cathedral as well as chair of its finance committee. He will work across Clough & Co’s Cleckheaton and Keighley offices.
Steven Gash, practice chairman of Clough & Co, said: “Roland is an ambassador within the local business community and he also leads the field in his specialist area of education, having worked with academies since their inception. Roland’s skill sets are unrivalled in the SME, education and charity sectors in which Cloughs already enjoy a stronghold, so he will further enhance our offering.”
Clark is also a past president of Bradford Chamber of Commerce and president of the Bradford Society of Chartered Accountants.
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