Top 20 accountancy firm Saffery Champness has expanded its Bristol office adding seven new recruits to its existing team.
The new recruits based in Beaufort Road, Clifton will work in departments across the firm from Private Wealth and Landed Estates to Business Advisory Services. The recruits include Alexandra Bray (not pictured), an Oxford University graduate, as a new Audit Senior, Katie Harvey as an Accounts Senior and Ross Hardwick as an audit trainee within the Business Advisory Group.
Tax Senior Katie King has joined the Private Wealth and Estate Group along with new tax trainee Emily Tucker. Lisa Feehily has joined as a Trust Assistant and Michael Bailey, an Economics graduate from Bristol University, as an Accounts Trainee within the same group.
David Lemon, partner at Saffery Champness in Bristol, said:
“We have had a great past six months with the addition of several high-profile clients. This has lead to an expansion within the firm and it has been fantastic to welcome seven new employees into our team.
“We are a top 100 employer with a commitment to taking on trainees and developing staff and we look forward to continuing our expansion this year. The new recruits have a range of experience and qualifications which will be invaluable to us.
“We hope that by adding a range of new staff and graduates to the team we will keep ideas fresh and service at a very high standard.“
Saffery Champness is a top 20 accountancy firm. Established in 1855, there are now nine offices across the UK, as well as offices in Guernsey and Geneva.