BAKER TILLY has confirmed the appointment of 13 partners across all its service lines, effective immediately.
Victoria Craven, Richard Eccles and Perry Linton have been hired in audit & assurance; Chloe Ellis, Joan Foster and Helen Relf take up posts in tax; and Jason Stone and James Wild in the corporate finance team; Fiona Miller, Diana Frangou and David Taylor take appoints in the restructuring and recovery practice; and Sandra Snow and David Hilland in the national HR & IT support departments.
Baker Tilly currently sits seventh in the Top 50+50 table with a fee income of £246m. It operates out of 35 offices across the country and boasts around 3,500 staff.
Last year, the firm switched from its eponymous international network Baker Tilly International to RSM, following its 2013 acquisition of RSM Tenon.
Laurence Longe, Baker Tilly’s managing partner (pictured) said: “It is a real measure of the success of our long-term investment in our training and development programmes that so many talented individuals within the firm and from around the country have this year been promoted to partner.
“It is also particularly pleasing that more than half of this round of promotions are women and so better reflect the gender diversity of our staff. Our new Partners will contribute greatly to further strengthening and improving our service offering to our clients.”
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