THREE Saffery Champness managers have been promoted to partner.
The firm, ranked 16 in Accountancy Age’s Top50 +50 survey, made the promotions across its London, Bournemouth and Harrogate offices.
Robert Langston, who joined in 2011 specialising in corporate and international tax, becomes a partner in London.
Roger Wareham, who looks after a portfolio of larger SMEs in its Bournemouth office, is named partner.
Jonathan Davis (pictured), who joined the firm’s Harrogate office from RSM Tenon in 2012, is also promoted. He specialises in audit and financial reporting for a range of Yorkshire businesses.
Jonathan Fox, managing partner of Saffery Champness, said: “I am very pleased to be able to welcome Roger, Jonathan and Robert to the partnership. As a firm, we are committed to ensuring we retain and attract the most talented individuals to better serve the complex and often international needs of our private and corporate clients.”
Safferys has 60 UK partners with more than 400 staff, across nine UK offices plus Guernsey, Geneva and Zurich.
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