BHP, one the largest independent accountancy firms in the North of England, has announced 79 promotions across its office network.
They cover BHP’s offices in Chesterfield, Sheffield, Leeds, York and Cleckheaton, span a range of departments and include recognition across accountancy, management and director positions.
Tax expert Emily Caine, based in Cleckheaton, has been promoted to director, while James Dunn, Danny Noon and William Wright have all been promoted to senior managers.
The news follows BHP recently announcing the appointment of 44 new trainees as part of its ongoing commitment to investing in future talent.
Commenting on this, BHP director of people, Karen Arch, said: “These promotions are thoroughly deserved and are a reflection of the hard work and dedication of all those involved.
“We are committed to developing our people and supporting them in all aspects of their working life at BHP. These are key reasons why one in three of our employees have been with us for more than six years.”
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BHP joint CEO, Lisa Leighton, concluded: “The promotions not only represent the quality of our people but also the confidence we have as a business as we continue to fulfil our ambition of being the firm of choice for owner managed businesses across the North.
“Our people are vital to our success, and we’re proud to have been able to make 104 promotions across the business this year.”