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Partner promotions boost haysmacintyre

Not-for-profit and corporate sector service lines boosted by haysmacintyre promotions

Partner promotions boost haysmacintyre

TWO NEW PARTNERS have been appointed at haysmacintyre, boosting its numbers to 29.

The British Accountancy Award-winning firm has promoted Anna Bennett and Gareth Ogden, fitting its strategy of growing its corporate, charities and not-for-profit sectors.

Bennett joined the firm in 2013 having served as director of finance and operations for BBC Children in Need, and prior to that, four years as DoF with Help the Hospices. She is a member of the audit and risk committee of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, and sits on the finance and risk committee for YMCA England.

Gareth Ogden is named partner in the corporate sector, with a focus on hospitality, where he will support head of sector Andrew Ball. Hospitality has seen double-digit growth for the last four years in the firm.

“The new partners have considerable expertise and experience, and will support us to grow particular areas of the business over the forthcoming years. They are fully committed to delivering the highest level of service to our clients and I am delighted to welcome them into the partnership,” said Ian Cliffe, managing partner.

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