Former partner and audit director Janet Morgan retires after “dedicating” 20 years of her career to PKF Smith Cooper.
Morgan’s career began in 1984, when she qualified as a chartered accountant for a sole practitioner, followed by a position at Deloitte Haskins and Sells, and PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
In February 2002, the firm said Morgan joined PKF Smith Cooper in a senior manager role within the audit and assurance department, “quickly” being promoted to partner.
During her time with the firm, Morgan held “numerous” voluntary and charity positions with The University of Derby, Derby College, and the RSPCA.
Morgan said: “During my 20 years with the firm, I’ve been lucky to have had the pleasure of working with lots of amazing people and clients, many of whom are still with the firm. I would just like to thank all of these people for making my time with PKF Smith Cooper such a fun and happy one.
“I have always felt proud and privileged to say I was part of PKF Smith Cooper, and I wish the firm every success in the future.”
David Nelson, senior partner, added: “I’d like to congratulate Janet on her retirement and the fantastic career she has had. She is one of the foundations upon which the modern PKF Smith Cooper business was built and has enjoyed excellent relationships with her colleagues and clients throughout.”