26th March 2015
The start of 2015 has been a positive one for Seymour Taylor with a number of new people joining the firm.
Louise Bryan is an Assistant Manager and an ACCA qualified accountant with over seven years’ experience of looking after SMEs’ accounting and tax affairs, including preparation of statutory accounts, corporation and personal tax returns and VAT.
Accounts Assistant Joanna Dzik has nearly 20 years’ book-keeping and management accounts experience both in the UK and in Poland. She has joined the firm as a book-keeper within the Business Services Department and is studying for her AAT.
James Gould joined the Business Services department as a Trainee. The Accounts Assistant is involved in supporting clients with a manner of accountancy related jobs such as management accounts, year-end accounts preparation and completion and VAT returns.
Tejeal Patel recently joined Seymour Taylor as an Audit and Accounts Semi Senior. She is ACCA qualified and a Masters graduate and is heavily involved in accounts preparation and audits.
Rhys Stonebank is one of the youngest team members at 19 years of age and has recently completed his A-Levels. He will go onto study for his AAT in the summer but since joining the Accounts and Audit team, Rhys has been getting involved in audits at a trainee level.
Rowleys has a new dedicated medical team member in the form of Inge Willis and Rebecca Gotch joined the firm’s payroll team in March to help grow this service and assist with auto-enrolment.
Pam Keogh will be joining Rowleys in April as a Corporate Tax Senior. Pam’s role will be to expand the service to limited company clients and assist with developing research and development claims.
Rickard Keen has welcomed a new apprentice to their team as Scarlett Keeling O’Callaghan joined the firm as an apprentice secretary. Alan Worsdale, Managing Director, said: “We are delighted to welcome Scarlett to our team. The variety of experience and training that Rickard Keen can offer an apprentice such as Scarlett is vast and I am sure that the experienced administration team will provide Scarlett with lots of support.”