MID-TIER FIRM Shelley Stock Hutter has promoted Stephanie Levin to partner with effect from 1 April, Accountancy Age can reveal.
Levin joined SSH in 2010 as a manager having previously worked both in practice at MHA Macintyre Hudson and in industry as group reporting manager of a multinational business.
She has worked with many of SSH’s start-ups and SME client-base, working with clients based both in the UK and internationally.
“There was no question as to whether Stephanie was going to make the grade of a partner,” said Lynton Stock, senior partner of SSH. “As soon as she joined the firm, she showed that not only did she have excellent technical and commercial expertise but also the interpersonal skills required to build up great relationships with clients.
“Her time in industry has also been immensely beneficial for many of her clients as she has experienced first-hand some of the challenges that they are facing.
SSH moved up nine places in the 2014 Accountancy Age Top 50+50 with fee growth of over 21% making it the seventh-fastest growing firm in the entire Top 100.
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