Monday, April 15, 2024

Mazars sees third consecutive year of double-digit income growth across Midlands offices

Mazars, the international audit, tax and advisory firm, has revealed a third consecutive year of double-digit income growth across its offices in the Midlands as part of their annual financial statement report publication.

The Mazars team in East Midlands, across its Leicester and Nottingham offices, significantly contributed to this successful year, which saw an increase of 17% to £39.2m.

The headcount of its East Midlands team grew by over 10% over the year which included welcoming 20 news trainees and 4 new partners, as well as promoting many of its existing team into more senior positions.

The four new partners comprise three internally promoted members of the team – Andy Hickson (Audit), Claire Cowen (International Tax) and Mark Surridge (Audit), as well as recruiting in Hina Desai (Wealth Management). The new partners augment Mazars’ East Midlands senior management team to 10 partners, who oversee and cover the delivery of all of its services locally.

Steve English, Office Managing Partner for Mazars across the East Midlands, said: “We are incredibly proud of our achievements during FY 22-23 and contributing to the growth in our business across the Midlands region.

“We’re confident in continuing this success in the coming years and look forward to expanding and welcoming new talent to support our growth, while also providing opportunities for development for all our team members.

“Our upcoming Forvis Mazars global network gives us a great opportunity to service our existing clients that have, or wish to have, US connections, as well as providing our team members with stronger opportunities in that geography.”

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