Leading East of England accountants, Moore Thompson, is delighted to announce that it has recruited new staff members.
Despite the recent difficult economic conditions, it hasn’t stopped the innovative practice from hiring some of the industry’s brightest minds, as it continues with its plans for expansion in the region.
One of its most recent recruits is Imran Khan a new tax assistant at the firm’s office in Spalding, he has been joined by Primrose Gwata who will take on the role of assistant tax manager in Market Deeping.
The firm has also hired Daniel Coleman as its dedicated Cloud Accounting Manager. In his new role, Daniel will be responsible for the development of innovative cloud accounting solutions across the firm.
Earlier this year the firm also welcomed Ping Wainsford-Yau, who has joined the firm’s Audit and Accounts team in Spalding as a Senior Accountant.
Her recruitment was followed by the appointment of Lynda Barnes in April, who is working within the firm’s successful payroll bureau, MT Pay. The firm has also recruited Chris Dunn to its Market Deeping office as an Accounts Manager.
Mark Hildred, Managing Partner at Moore Thompson, said: “During the last few months it has felt like the world was placed on hold, but we have managed to continue delivering a high-quality service to our clients thanks to the technology we employ and the hard work of our team.
“Recruitment is an essential part of making sure we can meet the demand for our services locally and so we are delighted that we have been able to welcome so many new faces to our practice.”
To find out more about recruitment opportunities at Moore Thompson, please visit www.moorethompson.co.uk/about-moore-thompson/recruitment/