PKF Smith Cooper has announced six promotions across its Derby, Nottingham and Birmingham offices, as it “continues to invest in team talent” across its service lines.
In Nottingham, Megan Whiley has been promoted to Tax manager after joining the company last year. Tara Adams, who began working with the firm as a school leaver in 2014, has been promoted to Accounts manager.
In Birmingham, Tom Joy rises to the ranks of senior Corporate Finance manager, his second promotion in six months, following continued transaction success and deal activity. Matt Aston has also been promoted to Audit manager, in recognition of his “significant contribution” to the growth of our audit client base, both in size and complexity.
In Derby, Charlotte Morgan has been promoted to Corporate Tax senior manager and will continue to support the firm’s expansion plans within the wider tax team, most notably in dealing with the corporation tax for large corporations.
In addition, the firm added Selma Delic’s promotion to Operations director in recognition of her “key role” in the development and execution of strategic initiatives, which include its membership of PKF International and its internal functions and processes.
David Nelson, senior partner, said: “I’d like to offer my warmest congratulations to the successful candidates. All six have made an impact at PKF Smith Cooper and we look forward to supporting them as they take the next steps in their career with the firm.
“This year’s promotions will strengthen our tax, corporate finance, accounts, audit and internal support teams.”
He added: “As a progressive and forward-thinking business, we remain committed to investing in talent across all divisions and at all levels. What is especially pleasing is that of the six promotions, four joined us as trainees. It’s an exciting time for the firm as we focus on our ambitious development plans and seek to further enhance our reputation both regionally and nationally.”