2nd December 2014
Peter Winter Managing Partner at member firm CBW, also MGI Chairman and International Committee representative for UK & Ireland speaks to Accountancy Age about changes at his London based firm CBW (Carter Backer Winter).
Now generating more than £10 million annually in fee income and settling into some rather sleek new offices in London’s Aldgate that houses the firm’s 120 staff, there are further ambitions for growth. In the last year alone, Peter has overseen a 20 per cent jump in fees and he is hopeful to see more positives as the firm continues to expand both through acquisition and organically, but not for the sake of it. Culture is key.
"It's about having the right people to deliver the services we want to offer," Winter explains. "Growth comes from having the right people. In professional services, you can only leverage people, and we've assembled over the last few years an additional set of skills through different hires at manager, director and partner level.”
To read the full article and hear more from Peter on the firm’s people, acquisition trail and culture click here.
To find out more about CBW visit the firm’s website or head to its MGI World member profile page.
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