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Champion Accountants adds new auditor

Champion Accountants also has practices in Manchester, Preston and Blackpool and employs over 100 accountants and business advisors

Chester-based accountancy firm, Champion Accountants, has recruited Dan Percey to join its team as an auditor.

Percey joins following a three year tenure at RSM and will support the firm’s “existing audit team, which delivers audits to businesses and registered charities across the North West”.

According to the firm, Percey who is qualified to AAT Level 4, will play an “essential role in the accounts and audit team in Champion’s Chester office”.

Champion Accountants also has practices in Manchester, Preston and Blackpool and employs over 100 accountants and business advisors.

Percey said: “I’ve had a very compartmentalised career so far and knew when I met the Champion team that I would gain exposure to new areas of audit and accounts work and be able to build on my experience by learning from skilled team members.

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“I already feel personally and professionally appreciated. The business has a strong work/life balance culture and I know I’ll benefit from a wealth of opportunities that I wouldn’t have had at my disposal before. I’m looking forward to being a crucial part of the Champion team and to playing a part in our clients’ success.”

Sue Harris, audit partner at Champion Accountants, added: “We’re delighted to have Dan on the team. As a business, we’re in a very strong position; we’re one of the most respected SME and charity audit and accountancy practices in our region, trusted by a growing client base and with an excellent reputation.

“We can offer job security and long-term career progression for hardworking, experienced and ambitious individuals who share our values, and Dan is a shining beacon of that. He’s keen to make his mark here, already demonstrating that he is a valuable addition to our existing team of audit experts.”

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