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EQ Accountants has announced 33 promotions across various departments, recognising exceptional skills and dedication. Promotions include new senior managers, supervisors, partners, and directors across technical, business services, and admin teams. Liam Cruickshank appointed head of internal finance, responsible for strategic planning and team expansion. The promotions signify the firm’s commitment to nurturing talent and delivering exceptional service.

Scrutton Bland has promoted four members, including two business advisory partners, a private client tax partner, and a corporate finance director. Their expertise and contributions have been instrumental in client success and firm growth. The promotions bolster the firm’s partner team to 16 members. Additionally, Scrutton Bland secures investment from Sumer, a top UK accountancy challenger practice, indicating confidence in the firm’s future growth and success.

Bennettbrooks  has relocated its Chester office to the Coachworks Arcade, part of the new Chester Northgate development, to accommodate sustained growth. The new premises offer enhanced amenities and a modern workspace for its team and clients. The office comprises dedicated client directors, tax, payroll, and technology professionals, as well as forensic accounting expertise. The move reflects Bennettbrooks’ commitment to providing high-quality service and support to its clients in a central location.

KPMG has appointed Susanna Crowder as Global Oracle Business leader, emphasising its commitment to delivering leading technology solutions. Crowder’s previous role as Global Alliance director with Oracle brings valuable experience to drive Oracle-enabled cloud transformation journeys. KPMG aims to accelerate innovation and deliver value by leveraging Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Applications. Crowder’s appointment highlights KPMG’s investment in its global Oracle relationship and its dedication to driving sustainable change and innovation for clients.

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