Chartered accountants Mercer and Hole has promoted Jacqui Gudgion to the position of partner to strengthen its corporate and business tax team.
Gudgion has spent the majority of her career working with business and individual entrepreneurial clients and has developed strong relationships with professional and commercial contacts.
She will continue her work with the audit and business advisory partners across the firm working on a varied portfolio of clients.
Paul Maberly, managing partner, said: “Jacqui is our third internally promoted partner in the past six months, which makes me incredibly proud and is a testament to the talent we have at Mercer and Hole. Within the Milton Keynes, Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire areas, Jacqui is well recognised for her contribution to the local business community.
“In particular, she has advised many startups and played an instrumental role in their development and success. In her new role, Jacqui will continue to take a lead in supporting business owners achieving their objectives firm-wide.”
The firm said Gudgion has “expertise” in tax planning for reconstructions and reorganisations, profit extraction, capital gains tax, inheritance tax, research and development relief claims, enterprise management incentives and the enterprise investment scheme.
The latest promotion takes Mercer and Hole to a 25 partner firm, with a team of over 200.