PKF Francis Clark has named two new partners and five new directors in the group’s latest annual round of promotions.
Chloe Mills and Liam Dushynsky have both been made partners at the group, while Chris Rogers, Sarah Brown, Adam Waddle, Kieran Hancock, and Mark Bishop are promoted to director positions.
Providing their partner roles with a combined 27 years of experience at PKF, Mills and Dushynsky are based in Poole and Exeter respectively.
While Mills will be responsible for overseeing audit and accounting services at the firm, Dushynsky acts as a member of the group’s VAT and customs team.
Bishop will also continue to work in the VAT arm, now as director, while Rogers has been promoted to director in the business’ corporate and international tax division.
Waddle now leads PKF’s agricultural team in the Torquay office, and Hancock predominantly looks after the firm’s healthcare clients.
Andrew Richards, managing partner at the company, said: “Growing our own talent is an important part of our culture as a firm.
“We pride ourselves on providing opportunities for people to develop themselves and progress in their careers in a beautiful part of the world, as all our newly promoted directors and partners have done since they joined us.”
He added that all seven of the promoted staff members have “become experts in their respective fields”, while simultaneously “embracing our ethos and shared ambition”.