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Azets makes four partner promotions

The firm, which is the UK’s largest regional accountancy firm and business advisor to SMEs, has promoted Adam East, Lucy Higgs, Meghan Andrews and Eddi Taylor as new partners

Azets has announced the promotion of four new staff members to partner in the South-East area, bringing the total number of promotions during July in this region to 35. 

The firm has promoted Adam East, Lucy Higgs, Meghan Andrews and Eddi Taylor as new partners. 

East, based in Azets’ Amersham office, joined Azets as a trainee in 2011 and predominantly looks after clients in the SME sector but his portfolio also includes large, international businesses.   

Meanwhile, Higgs, who is based in the Winchester and Romsey office, has over 20 years’ experience working with private clients and her portfolio includes high net worth individuals, partnerships, entrepreneurs and owner managed businesses.

Furthermore, Andrews, based in London was previously a director in the restructuring and insolvency team and is a licensed insolvency practitioner. Andrews is experienced in dealing with both corporate and personal insolvencies and works across a variety of business sectors and industries. 

Finally, Taylor, now a partner in the Canterbury office, has progressed from trainee through the firm and has a “diverse and growing portfolio”, ranging from sole traders and owner managed firms, to SMEs and large corporates. 

William Payne, regional CEO for London and South East, Azets, said: “Azets is growing fast and in order to fulfil our ambitious expansion plans it is vital not just to recruit the right people, but that we recognise and promote our talented employees into positions where their extensive knowledge and experience will benefit our clients.  

“I am genuinely delighted to reward our exciting talent with these promotions, and to see them developing their careers within Azets.  These appointments are very well deserved and  we offer many congratulations to all our newly promoted staff across London and the South East.“

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