Young new faces are attracted to Crowe Clark Whitehill

The Midlands office of national audit, tax and advisory firm Crowe Clark Whitehill has announced a string of new appointments.

The firm has taken on seven staff in recent months, as it continues to grow its Midlands team.
Graduates Emily Wise from Stafford, and Thomas Sinden from Kidderminster, have been employed as trainee chartered accountants in the Audit department.

Telford-based Matthew Rathbone is a graduate who will be undertaking his chartered tax training in personal tax and trusts.

Martyn Johnson, who lives in Streetly, is an AAT trainee in the Business Solutions group. He joined from a tools business where he was a purchasing assistant.

There are two new qualified seniors in the Audit department. Both Vicky Nolan, who lives in Oldbury, and Adele Sturgess, from Kidderminster, have joined from other accountancy firms.

Kirsty Measom is spending a placement year in the audit department. She lives in Leicestershire and attends Loughborough University.

Dave Darlaston, Midlands staff partner, said: “These are talented new members of the team who will contribute a great deal to Crowe Clark Whitehill and to the success of our clients.

“We focus on looking after our clients and this is paying off in these challenging times. We are delighted to be able to continue to offer these career opportunities and to make a contribution to economic improvement in the Midlands.”