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Crowe makes three senior promotions

John Charlton and Ryan Ketteringham have been named as new audit partners, while Steven Edwards has been made partner at the firm's recovery solution arm

Audit, tax, advisory and risk firm, Crowe, has announced the promotion of three new partners in its London and Kent branches. 

New audit partners, John Charlton and Ryan Ketteringham are both part of the corporate business team in London, based in Crowe’s new Ludgate Hill office.

Ketteringham joined Crowe’s London office as a trainee in 2007 and has a “wealth of experience advising clients in Crowe’s professional practices team” where he will continue to develop his focus, as well as contribute to the wider corporate business team.

 Charlton has spent a decade at Crowe and joined the firm in 2011, he advises a wide range of large, private and SME clients. 

In particular, he has worked on some of the firm’s “largest and most complex public company audits, including AIM and Standard List entities, international groups and larger privately-owned businesses”.

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Meanwhile, Steven Edwards also joins the partnership under the firm’s recovery solutions arm in Kent. 

He has more than 20 years’ corporate recovery and turnaround experience working with a variety of owner managed business and non-profit clients. 

Edwards will “continue to focus on finding solutions for his clients in what is anticipated to be a difficult year as businesses contend with financial issues resulting from the periods of lockdown and the unwinding of government support”.

Nigel Bostock, chief executive of Crowe, said: “I am delighted to welcome John, Ryan and Steven to the partnership. 

“It has been a year like no other, but it is important that we take a moment to reflect on successes in the face of adversity, and the new partners we are announcing today have epitomised the Crowe spirit that has endured during the pandemic.”

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