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Liverpool Society of Chartered Accountants reelects Rob Young as president

He will be tasked with overseeing the delivery of a range of services for the group’s members

The Liverpool Society of Chartered Accountants has reelected Rob Young, partner at SB&P, to complete a second term in office as the organisation’s president.

Young was first elected as head of the body, which acts as a regional subsidiary of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) for 2020/21 and will now also serve for the 2021/22 period.

In the role, Young will be tasked with overseeing the delivery of a range of services for the group’s members, including CPD courses, networking events, and discussion groups, as well as voicing the interests of chartered accountants within the wider community.

Beginning his career at Gruber Levinson Franks, Young moved to SB&P in 2003 as an audit manager, transitioning to corporate finance in 2006 and becoming a partner in 2008.

He said: “We continue to live in exceptional times and my second year in office reflects this being the first time someone has served consecutive terms since the second world war.

“In contrast to the last year I’m hoping to be able to meet with members in the current year.”

Also elected at the body’s AGM were Justin Lang of Jacobs as deputy president and Grant Thornton’s Rob Adams as vice president.

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