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HW Fisher promotes four new partners

Muneeza Baig, Adam Bonell, Simon Michaels and Lily Montgomery were all added to HW Fisher existing partners, bringing the total to 26

HW Fisher has announced it has promoted four staff members to new partners within the team.

Muneeza Baig, Adam Bonell, Simon Michaels and Lily Montgomery were all added to HW Fisher existing partners, bringing the total to 26.

Having been at the firm for 20 years, Baig specialises in the not-for-profit sector, advising organisations in a variety of areas including arts, disability, religious organisations and independent schools.

Bonell is part of HW Fisher’s private client department, advising a number of businesses and high-net-worth individuals and families. His interests include cross-border tax matters and he has helped establish the firm’s expatriate function. In his new role as partner, he will focus on helping to grow the international tax advisory practice of HW Fisher.

Michaels joined HW Fisher in October 2018 and offers expertise on the SME market, having worked across many industries and service sectors during his career. Due to his past role as a CFO, he has extensive experience enabling him to advise SME companies on every aspect of their business life cycle.

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Montgomery has worked in the audit team at HW Fisher since August 2008. Having joined HW Fisher as a graduate, she then completed her training and qualifications at the firm. She has a large portfolio of clients across a range of different sectors, including, property, retail and hospitality.

Commenting on the new appointments, Andrew Rich, managing partner at HW Fisher, said: “The leadership team at HW Fisher is extremely proud to welcome Muneeza, Adam, Simon and Lily as Partners today.

“They have shown exemplary work and commitment in their time at HW Fisher and it is hugely rewarding to be able to promote from within the organisation. I look forward to watching them all further develop their careers as Partners.”

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