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Thomas Wescott appoints three new directors

Accountancy firm Thomas Wescott has revealed that Kelly Davies, Alan Sanders and Robyn Jennings have all been promoted to the role of director.

Davies joined the firm in 2012 and is based in its Bridgwater and Somerton offices. She manages a wide spectrum of client activity, from personal tax cases and sole traders to partnerships and corporate entities.

Audit and assurance specialist Alan Sanders qualified with Thomas Westcott before moving to a top 10 accountancy firm. Since returning to its Exeter office, Sanders has advised a variety of charities, owner-managed businesses and multinational companies on issues including financial reporting and compliance.

The firm said he will focus on training and preparing its clients for adopting best practice approaches that help to reduce costs and mitigate against the risks of fraud and error.

Jennings is based in Axminster and manages a varied portfolio including sole traders, partnerships and large corporates, as well as not-for-profit and personal tax clients. The firm said he has an “in-depth technical knowledge” of the requirements affecting both corporations and charities.


Managing partner, Shona Godefroy said: “Congratulations to Robyn, Kelly and Alan on being made Directors of Thomas Westcott. While these are challenging times for all businesses, it is important for us to continue to recognise and reward the contributions made by our fantastic teams. These three promotions are based on merit and our continued review of our succession and growth plans across the firm.

“It is particularly rewarding to see how our three new Directors, who trained and qualified with Thomas Westcott, have progressed during their careers. As a large regional firm, we are committed to providing our trainees with the opportunity to gain experience in a diverse mix of sectors and to nurturing young talent. Many of them, like Robyn, Alan and Kelly, choose to stay with us and continue their accountancy careers with Thomas Westcott.”

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