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Accountants chief opens company's new offices.

Byline: David Jones

NORTH Wales chartered certified accountants Williams Denton has opened new premises at Bangor's Parc Menai business park.

The offices were officially opened by Wyn Mears, head of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Wales, who unveiled a plaque to mark the occasion.

Williams Denton has relocated its office from Bangor town centre to the business park to give it capacity for expansion. It also has offices in Llandudno.

It said the new offices on Parc Menai will provide a range of services from self assessment tax returns for individuals through to large company audits for existing and new clients.

It serves industry sectors including agriculture, IT, retail, care, construction, manufacturing, leisure and service industries along with the not-for-profit sector and charity organisations.

"This investment marks a new stage in the company's development. We employ 16 people at our Bangor office and are eager to expand the business with a view to increasing employment opportunities," said Hugh Prys Jones, a director at Williams Denton.

"This kind of investment helps to reinforce the modern image of accountancy as a forward-thinking and innovative business profession," said Mr Mears.

The development of the New Management Centre at Bangor University also provides Williams Denton with an opportunity to further develop its staff.


Wyn Mears (Head of ACCA Wales) and Hugh Prys Jones (Director Williams Denton Cyf)
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jun 14, 2007
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