TOP 50+50 firm Critchleys has appointed five new partners with effect from 1 June 2015.
The five are all existing employees of the Oxford-based practice and have specialisms in various areas of the business. Between them they have 75 years of service with the firm.
The promotion of Kathryn Pocock, Caroline Webster, Andrew Rodzynski, Lawrence King and Katy Bruce mark a period of significant success over the last 18 months for the firm, chairman Anthony Harris said.
“We are always keen to tap into our existing talent and we are therefore very pleased that all five have accepted their offer of partnership. This is demonstrative of the recent success Critchleys has enjoyed and our appetite for growth in an increasingly buoyant economy,” Harris said.
“This is also a compliment to our colleagues who recruited and developed these individuals to enable them to have grown in stature to be invited to take these roles.”
The firm is ranked 71st in the Accountancy Age Top 50+50 with fee income of £7.8m.
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