FOURTEEN PARTNERS have been appointed at BDO, across the firm’s core accounting, tax and advisory lines.
The promotions follow more than a year on from BDO’s merger with PKF, with managing partner Simon Michaels (pictured) outlining the firm’s expanded geographical and service expansion since the deal.
“As the economy turns the corner we want to build on that momentum. These fourteen new partner appointments will ensure we are well placed to meet our ambitions for growth and ensure we retain our position as number one for client service,” said Michaels. “They also demonstrate our commitment to developing the next generation of leaders across the firm.”
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