Haines Watts Chartered Accountants has appointed two new Associate Directors at its Liverpool office.
Kate Taylor and Vikki Wynne, who have both worked at Victoria Street for almost ten years, received the promotion as a result of their hard work, commitment and loyalty.
Director Frank Murphy said: “Having worked with Kate and Vikki for almost a decade, I have witnessed them develop and progress considerably, which has resulted in this well-deserved promotion.”
Holding a strong background in the accountancy sector, Kate joined the team back in March 2006 as a recently qualified accountant. Kate’s promotion reflects the quality of service which she provides on a day to day basis to the key leaders of a variety of owner-managed businesses, in order to help them to manage the financial aspects of their businesses.
Kate said: “I am delighted to have become one of the firm’s new Associate Directors – it’s a great feeling to have been acknowledged and rewarded for my efforts over the years. I look forward to building on my current skill set and it is my intention to progress further within the firm.”
Likewise, before joining the Haines Watts team as a newly qualified accountant in May 2005, Vikki worked in a variety of roles in top North West firms including Grant Thornton Chartered Accountants. Similar to Kate, Vikki not only helps business owners with all aspects of managing their business but also in helping to grow their businesses, assisting with business plans, forecasting and raising finance.
Vikki added: “Over the years my role has developed and I am grateful to work alongside such a supportive and dedicated team of work colleagues, who have enabled me to come into my own and develop in both a personal and professional manner.”
For more information about Haines Watts visit www.hwca.com/accountants-liverpool or call 0151 227 3463.
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