An accountant who joined the firm as a trainee chartered accountant in August 2002 has risen through the ranks to become a partner at national audit, tax and advisory firm Crowe Clark Whitehill’s Midlands office.
Ross Prince, who is also chair of the Worcestestershire Group of Chartered Accountants, becomes a partner at the firm’s Midlands office on Tuesday, April 1.
During his time with Crowe Clark Whitehill he has developed particular skills and experience working with professional practices, corporate businesses and academies.
He has helped establish the Midlands COFA network as the “go to” organisation for those responsible for compliance and finance within the region’s law firms.
Midlands managing partner Johnathan Dudley said: “Ross has been made a partner, and deservedly so, because he has consistently demonstrated his ability to think outside of the box and deliver valued business advice.
“He is entrepreneurial, dynamic and demonstrates a genuine desire for both his clients and our own team to succeed.”
Ross Prince said: “It is great to be recognised by the firm in this way and it demonstrates that when you join Crowe Clark Whitehill there is a clear route to the top if you put the work in and show dedication and enthusiasm.
“I look forward to continuing to contribute to the growth of our Midlands office, and I will always be keen to encourage and develop our other young staff, many of whom show a similar aptitude and commitment.”