Another successful year, which saw accountants Price-waterhouseCoopers hit double digit growth in the Midlands for the third year, has seen eight new partners and 12 directors promoted.
The new partners include Matthew Mullins, Richard Porter, Russell Worrall and Paul Sheward in assurance; Jonathan Hardwick in tax; Matthew Hammond with business recovery services; Richard Parker for infrastructure, government and utilities and Ranjit Auluk for forensic services.
The Midlands practice is boosted by the transfer of tax partner, Jim Burberry, from Edinburgh.
Those promoted from senior manager to director include Andrew Hammond, Andy Watts, Dave Gandee, Dave Reeman, Guy Higgins and Stephen Hale in assurance; Stephanie Allen in the public sector; Andrew Nutbrown, Claire Evans and Phil Luckett in tax; Sarah Taylor in corporate finance and Charles Turner who moves from Gloucester to the business recovery practice.
David Waller, Midlands chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers, said: "These appointments are testament to the achievements of the new partners and directors in contributing to our business success and I am confident they will put us in a very positive position as we look forward. As a firm, we will remain focused on recruiting and training the best across our business."