Chartered accountant Clement Keys has announced two new management changes and a new senior appointment.
Two of its senior audit staff will develop new skills as tax manager and training manager respectively. In addition, the practice has appointed a new senior audit manager to help deal with its general practice business and charities work.
Kerri Gordon joined Clement Keys in July 2006 and in taking up her new role boosts the firm's taxation team to 10.
"Inheritance tax, trusts and corporation tax are my areas of interest and this change of direction provides a great opportunity to develop new skills," she said.
Senior auditor Sue Attridge joined seven years ago as a trainee and is now taking on the additional role of training manager.
Clement Keys was granted Investor in People status a couple of years ago and Ms Attridge will now combine her current role with that of training manager.
Fleur Holden has joined the audit department as a senior manager and will work with both commercial clients and charities and not-for-profit organisations. She trained with Grant Thornton.
"Kerri will make an important contribution to our busy taxation department, while Sue's experience will stand her in good stead as she takes charge of training for our 100-plus workforce and we are delighted to welcome someone of Fleur's experience to our busy audit team," said partner Ian Yorke.
"All three are key members of our team and we are delighted to offer them opportunities which will benefit Clement Keys and help develop their talents."