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Menzies unveils six promotions amid strategic growth plan

Simon Massey, managing partner, said the firm is ‘proud’ to be making a ‘record number’ of partner promotions this year to drive the business forward.

Menzies LLP, has announced six partner promotions to “turbo-charge” its strategic growth plan.

It revealed the promotions will “enrich” the depth and breadth of skills and technical experience available to the firm’s clients, across a range of industry sectors.

Three of the new partners are based at the firm’s Heathrow office. Sam Goodsell is a member of the firm’s advisory team and has gained considerable experience supporting fast-growth technology businesses. 

An experienced auditor, Janice Matthews is heading up the firm’s charities and not-for-profit team and Sophie Said, also an audit and assurance partner, has specific experience in advising small and medium-sized businesses in the transport and logistics sector.

Based at the firm’s London office, the firm also disclosed Sarah Hallam is an audit and assurance partner with specialist knowledge of the retail and financial services sectors.

Oliver Finch heads up the firm’s outsourcing and systems advisory team. Based at the firm’s Woking office, he works closely with businesses to support them in developing systems and reports to facilitate senior-level decision making.

The final promotion sees Anthony Lalsing become a tax partner, based at the firm’s Leatherhead office. He specialises in advising businesses on how to make the most of available R&D tax reliefs and allowances.

Simon Massey, managing partner at Menzies LLP, said: “We are proud to be making a record number of partner promotions this year to turbo-charge our strategic growth plan and drive the business forward.

“It is noteworthy that all the new partners have had continuous service at Menzies since the start of their careers and each of them has excelled and grown with the business. I look forward to seeing their careers develop further, bringing them and the firm continued success in years to come.”

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