26th March 2015
Milsted Langdon is pleased to welcome Ian Lloyd to its team in Bath and Sean Byrne to the Bristol practice.
Ian joined the firm on 2 March as a Partner having previously worked as a Partner for one of the largest independent accountancy firms in the region. He brings with him a wealth of experience of advising owner-managed businesses across a wide range of sectors from farming to manufacturing. Ian enjoys a wide network of local connections and is closely associated with the Country Land-owners’ Association and the National Farmers Union. He is also closely associated with various other trade organisations such as the Manufacturing Advisory Service, the Business Growth Service, the South West Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and Business West.
As a trained Mindshop business facilitator, Ian is able to assist companies in developing strategic plans to help improve growth, profitability and business development. In support of this work, he is a registered Growth Accelerator consultant. He is also a supplier of Growth Vouchers that are issued as part of a Government programme that provides funding to help businesses to pay for strategic business advice. As a result of these links, Ian can advise on the full spectrum of grant funding that is available to all businesses, whether through LEP/Local Authority applications or by means of private equity relationships, including crowd-funding opportunities.
Sean Byrne joined as a Partner on 9 March having started his accountancy career in 1994 and qualifying in 1999. Sean first became a partner in a firm of Chartered Accountants in 2000 and he has worked around the Bristol area ever since.
The Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants has spent many years as a Senior Statutory Auditor operating at partner level within practice, meaning that Sean has accumulated a wealth of experience in compliance work, financial restructuring, management information systems, raising finance, forecasting and working with other financial professionals to achieve the best outcome for the client.
Pictured: Ian Lloyd