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RSM makes 11 partner promotions

Rob Donaldson, chief executive officer at RSM UK, said that he is proud to welcome ‘11 talented colleagues’ from ‘diverse areas’ of its business to the partnership

RSM has promoted 11 new partners across the UK in a bid to help “shape the future of the firm”.

The practice sees three corporate tax specialists Leonid Khristoforov in London, Miranda Sharp in Guildford and Rupert Guppy in Southampton all promoted to partner. 

There have also been two promotions in the firm’s audit faculty, Jacqui Baker in Liverpool, and Saxon Moseley in London; and two promotions in the transaction team with Helen Brocklebank in Birmingham and Alex Milne in Southampton becoming corporate finance partners. 

Elsewhere in the firm, Andy Nalliah in the creditor services team in Hull; risk assurance specialist Liz Wright in Milton Keynes; netsuite consultant Peter Frayn; and people director Victoria Kirkhope in Glasgow were all promoted to partner. 

Rob Donaldson, chief executive officer at RSM UK, said: “Over the past year, we’ve all had to adapt to new ways of working and each new partner has played a crucial role in supporting their teams and clients to navigate the opportunities and challenges that the ongoing pandemic has created. 

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“We are committed to creating an inclusive environment where everyone can achieve their own goals with support and respect; and we are proud to welcome 11 talented colleagues from diverse areas of our business to our partnership.”

He added: “Our business remains strong and we have ambitious plans; and I look forward to working with our new cohort of partners to help shape our future firm.”

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