Double delight for accountancy firm as it celebrates its 85th birthday with nine new Partners appointed
- 1st October 2020
NINE new partners have been appointed at leading regional accountancy firm Forrester Boyd as it celebrates 85 years in business.
With its acquisition and expansion into Hull earlier this year, the move to double its partnership board signals one of the most exciting periods in the independent firm’s long history.
From its foundations 85 years ago, it has grown to employ 155 people today with its headquarters in Grimsby and offices in Hull, Beverley, Scunthorpe, Louth and Skegness.
Whilst its traditional accountancy practice remains strong and continues to grow, the incorporation of its Corporate Finance arm along with the rebranding of its Wealth Management services sees Forrester Boyd transition into a firm able to meet the end-to-end financial needs of its clients for both business and personal matters.
For Chairman and Partner David Everatt this growth marks the latest milestone in the firm’s seamless transformation into a forward thinking ‘one-stop-shop’ offering clients everything they need to settle their professional and personal futures.
“From the cradle to the grave, we now have the true ability and expertise to offer what so many are unable to, and that is the highly professional financial planning advice that runs hand-in-hand with the accountancy services offered. Our aim is to always improve the client experience.” said David.
“This is why the appointment of nine new partners is an important milestone. It not only rewards and recognises the dedication and excellence in service that our staff provide, but also reinforces our ‘partner-led’ approach, an approach which ensures all our clients receive the highest levels of service from highly experienced individuals” continued David.
Stepping into Partnership roles in the firm’s Grimsby office are Sian Connolly, Jenny Donnelly, Neal Watford and Maggie Casey, who also works across the firm’s other regional offices.
In the Scunthorpe office, Matthew Priest is welcomed as a new Partner further strengthening the team there.
Across the estuary in Beverley new Partner Rachel Hay splits her time between the East Yorkshire market town and the newly acquired Graybrowne practice in Hull. And rounding up the appointments in the Louth office, Partnerships have been awarded to Toni Beecroft, Adam Millson and Nicola Hunt.
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