YORKSHIRE chartered accountancy firm Clough & Company has made six new appointments.
Sam Batch, who boasts 15 years’ experience, joins as a management accountant, while Wei Song becomes an audit senior and Thomas Conway joins as an audit assistant.
Manchester Metropolitan University graduate, Bethany Naylor joins as a trainee chartered accountant while Rebecca Dixon joins the firm on a 12-month placement from Leeds University where she is studying for a maths degree.
Lottie Smith has been appointed as a client administrator supporting Chartford Financial Management’s team of independent financial advisors, after previously working at a Huddersfield based financial services company.
Clough & co staff and audit partner, Lesley Kendrew, said: “Since the start of the year we’ve seen a dramatic increase in business across all of our divisions and these appointments will help us to maintain the standards of service that we are renowned for.”
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