Webster joined the firm in October 2019 and has been appointed to take a lead on valuation services including contentious and non-contentious business with an aim to drive the specialism forward both in the Midlands and nationally.
Heidi’s promotion follows Jaden Reynolds who takes up the position of assistant manager and Laurel Windsor, who has been promoted to manager, whilst Neil Rudd has been appointed to senior manager.
Martin Chapman, forensic accounting partner with Azets, said: “I’d like to congratulate Heidi and the entire team on their respective promotions.
“In normal circumstances, an economic downturn can serve as a boom for forensic accountants; the Covid-19 pandemic has presented unique challenges and significantly altered the economy, increasing the volume and type of work we are undertaking.”
He added: “Our growing specialism has an important role to play as UK SMEs continue to feel the impact and we will continue to work closely with clients in the Midlands and right across the UK.”