Smith & Williamson, the accountancy, investment management and tax group announces promotions to partner for 2017.
In all, 13 promotions to partner have been announced, with five across the investment management business, which serves private clients, trustees, charities and institutions. Three promotions have also been made in the firm’s private client tax department which advises individuals, families and business owners on tax matters.
Partner promotions, Smith & Williamson, July 2017
|Ashley Higgs||Accounting & Business Services||Birmingham|
|Lindsay Manson||Accounting & Business Services||London|
|Matthew Watts||Business Tax||London|
|Andrew Cunnington||Financial Services||London|
|Nuala Devine||Investment Management||Belfast|
|Caroline Dyson||Investment Management||London|
|Lisa Henderson||Investment Management||Guildford|
|Graeme Little||Investment Management||Bristol|
|Louise Thornhill||Investment Management||Bristol|
|Julia Rosenbloom||Private Client Tax||Birmingham|
|Lee Webster||Private Client Tax||Salisbury|
|Krista Woodman||Private Client Tax||Cheltenham|
|Adam Stephens||Recovery and Restructuring||London|
Kevin Stopps, co-chief executive and managing partner of tax and business services commented, “in 2017, we are delighted to be announcing a large number of promotions to partner, reflecting some outstanding contributions to the firm and also demonstrating the strength and breadth of the services we offer to private clients and their business interests.”
David Cobb, co-chief executive and managing partner of investment management and banking added, “I would like to congratulate our new partners. They have clearly demonstrated to us and our clients their significant advisory capabilities but also their pride in living, and encouraging, the firm’s key values.”
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Notes to editors
Smith & Williamson is a leading financial and professional services firm providing a comprehensive range of investment management, tax, financial advisory and accountancy services to private clients and their business interests. The firm’s c1,800 people operate from a network of 11 offices: London, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Dublin (City and Sandyford), Glasgow, Guildford, Jersey, Salisbury and Southampton. Smith & Williamson is part of The Tilney Smith & Williamson Group.
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