Accountancy firm Page Kirk has announced the appointment of Neil Moon as its latest partner.
The firm said his appointment is a “recognition of his general contribution to the business, and reflection of his outstanding work and commitment throughout the coronavirus pandemic”.
Moon has 20 years of experience in the accountancy industry and joined the Page Kirk team in 2016 as a tax manager, before being promoted to the role of director of tax last year.
The firm stated that Moon’s appointment reflects its “strong growth and the success of the firm in supporting clients through the coronavirus crisis”.
Managing partner John Wallis said: “We are excited to ask Neil to join the partnership. He has a wealth of expertise and experience, consistently delivering first-class service to our tax clients.
At the same time, he has made it a priority to invest in our team members and their career growth, happiness, and satisfaction”.
He added: “Neil has implemented new internal policies and techniques to improve processes for the tax team while developing strategic plans to take the firm forward during the Covid-19 crisis. This promotion is testament to his dedication, hard work and innovation. It gives me great pleasure to congratulate Neil on his promotion on behalf of the whole team.”