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Tilney Smith & Williamson appoints Bristol director

Amanda Smith joins having trained and qualified within Deloitte’s Risk Advisory practice

Tilney Smith and Williamson has appointed Amanda Smith as a director in its Bristol office to add to its “fast-growing” risk advisory practice.

Smith has nearly 20 years’ professional experience leading on risk, assurance and controls transformation, and has worked across a range of clients and sectors. While based in Tilney Smith and Williamson’s Bristol office, she will hold a national role, advising clients across the UK and overseas.

Having trained and qualified within Deloitte’s risk advisory practice, the firm said Smith returns to professional services to help organisations understand the way that they leverage their people, third party relationships, technology, data, business processes and controls to manage their corporate and strategic risks and elevate business performance.

Andrew Manning, head of risk advisory at Tilney Smith and Williamson, said: “Amanda’s appointment is a strategic move to further enhance Tilney Smith & Williamson’s Risk Advisory practice.

“Her addition deepens our capabilities at a time of unprecedented challenge, while her experience and profile is a perfect match for our firm and our clients. Amanda’s national focus on internal audit, risk management and integrated assurance strengthens our fast-growing team and supports our ambitions to be more innovative and forward thinking for our clients.”

Smith added: “I am really excited to be joining Tilney Smith and Williamson. Having worked in senior roles in industry for the last ten years, I am enthusiastic about re-joining professional services with a firm which is both radical and ambitious in their insight and approach.”

“I am really looking forward to working with both existing and new clients to drive real value from their business processes, help them manage organisational risk and show senior leaders and boards how they can get insightful assurance.”

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