Record intake of trainee’s at Forrester Boyd
- 10th October 2022
We have welcomed eleven trainee accountants to join us in our 2022 intake. This is a record number of new trainee’s that the firm has recruited in recent years who will now embark upon their careers in accountancy.
Our Louth office sees 4 trainees joining us – Ronny Capellan, Elliott Cooksey, Amy Fussey, and Harvey Lidgard. Joining our Grimsby office are Jack Stevens, Lola Fields, Harvey Steadman, and Ethan Scott. Thomas Jackson and Harry Bailes, take up posts in the Scunthorpe office, with Samuel Murphy joining the team at Beverley.
Harvey Steadman, who is joining the Grimsby team said “I am looking forward to learning the ins and outs of accountancy and developing my skills whilst working alongside some great people. Forrester Boyd is local to me and has a profound reputation in the area.”
Samuel Murphy decided to apply for the training programme in Beverley as he “knew it was a large enough firm to have a bit of everything but small enough to still give individual attention”.
Thomas Jackson, who joins the Scunthorpe team chose Forrester Boyd because “They offered a great study package and are local to me, it was also far better than what any other firm was offering. Forrester Boyd also outperformed university as an option as working here allows me to gain experience on the job as well as secure a career. They provided me with a clear pipeline for progression and demonstrated that they invest in their staff well.”
Harry Bailes has also joined the Scunthorpe team. After a lot of research on local accountants, Harry felt that Forrester Boyd was ‘clearly the best in the area with a great reputation and training programme’.
One of the Louth trainees, Elliott Cooksey is looking forward to ‘learning the skills of accountancy whilst applying them to different types of businesses.’
Philip George, Partner said “After another turbulent year, it is great to welcome our annual trainee intake, as it really does bring a positive feeling to the firm. We are delighted to be able to offer eleven places on our highly regarded training programme this year. We strongly believe in offering exceptional training opportunities to local students so it is fantastic that we have been able to take on a record number this year.”
Forrester Boyd’s training programme has nurtured and developed some of the top talent in the region. In fact, the majority of our current partners started out on the firms’ training programme, reinforcing our ethos of providing valuable and high-quality opportunities to local talent.
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