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Wilkins Kennedy makes three partner appointments

Wilkins Kennedy promotes three people to partner across the firm's Hertford, Winchester and Ashford office

TOP 20 ACCOUNTANCY firm Wilkins Kennedy has made three partner appointments at the start of the month.

Adam Anstey, Naomi Nesbit (pictured) and Paul Nixon were all promoted to partner on 1 May.

Anstey joined the firm in 2003 and has particular expertise on business valuations and is trained as an expert witness. He will be based in Hertford.

Nesbit, formerly director of corporate tax, will head up the corporate tax team in the Winchester office and lecturers at WK Law the firm’s solicitor’s club.

Nixon will be based in the firms Ashford office and was previously client services director. He is an accredited consultant and gives solicitors advice on accounting rules and practice structures.

 

 

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