Mazars, the international tax, audit, and advisory firm, has announced three senior leadership promotions at the group’s East Midlands operations.
Liam Ruffle, Mark Brayshaw, and Andy Hickson have all been promoted to director, as the company looks to continue its development and succession strategy.
The appointments are intended to ensure the continuity and expansion of Mazar’s East Midlands client service capacity across its key service lines.
Alistair Wesson, managing partner for Nottingham at the firm, claimed that “despite the challenges of the pandemic”, Mazars has “experienced significant growth” in the region.
He said that the scaling has occurred as a result of both the firm’s “entrepreneurial client base” and its ability to “successfully and consistently attract new clients”.
Wesson added: “Ironically, remote working and the pandemic has brought our local team across East Midlands closer together, galvanised our team spirit and really focused how we deliver value to our clients.
“The resilience and dedication of our people has been inspiring and creates a great platform for further growth and opportunities for all of us in a new post lockdown world.”
The latest promotions extend the group’s expertise and capability in the area, adding to last year’s recruitment of Mike Davey as senior manager and promotion of Shalden Farmer to assistant manager.