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PPS Chartered Accountants affirms rapid growth with four new staff appointments

Press Release by PPS Chartered Accountants
Press Release by PPS Chartered Accountants - PPS Chartered Accountants is rapidly growing. The Swindon-based provider of accountancy and tax services has consolidated its near 30 per cent growth in recent months by recruiting two accountants, a bookkeeper and a trainee.

Joining the firm are: Thisara Ranthilake Gedara – an ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) Affiliate and qualified to ACCA P4 (advanced finance management) and P7 (advanced audit), Thisara was previously site manager at Credentai Forecourts Limited. He joins PPS Chartered Accounts as an accountant.

Daniele Martini Shayler – Dani is also an ACCA Affiliate as well as having a BTEC Advance Payroll Technician. Her previous roles include European Finance Assistant Analyst at Travelport and payroll supervisor at Lancaster London Hotel. Dani also joins PPS Chartered Accounts as an accountant.

Emma Dreano – Emma headed up housekeeping at Whatley Manor Hotel and Spa in the heart of Wiltshire. This diverse role saw her oversee the daily operations of the hotel and manage its accounts. Emma is now studying for her ATT qualification (Association of Taxation Technicians) and joins PPS Chartered Accountants as a bookkeeper.

Lucy Pearce – Lucy originally joined PPS Chartered Accountancy for some work experience in 2014. Having shown great aptitude for accountancy and commitment to the role, she has been taken on by the firm and has just obtained her AAT qualification (Association of Accounting Technicians).  Lucy will now progress into her Chartered student role to obtain her ACA qualification (Association of Chartered Accountants).

The new recruits bring the total number of staff at PPS Chartered Accountants to 11.

Welcoming Thisara, Dani, Emma and Lucy to the firm, Sally Holland, Chartered Accountant at PPS Chartered Accountants, said: “As demand for accountancy services across Swindon and beyond increases, we continue to build our team. We’re determined to grow with our clients and look forward to taking our business into its next chapter with our expanded and strengthened team.”

Founded In 1992, PPS Chartered Accountants provides friendly, proactive accountancy support for startups, established businesses and individuals. Its business services range from tax, payroll and company formation to management accounts, raising finance and growth. For individuals, the firm advises on personal tax, inheritance tax and trusts as well as a range of wealth management issues.

Clients highly value the business advice and support elements of PPS Chartered Accountants services and they are now looking to expand by acquiring more clients who may benefit from this level of support.

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