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Recruitment surge for city advisers.

From left, Josh Reader, Amy Jones, Becky Eagle (audit director who joined in 2012), Natalie Gladwin, Alex Finch, Eamonn McInerney and Laura Tomlinson Recruitment surge for city advisers with a value in excess of PS500,000 in the last eight weeks alone. Year to date, fee income has grown by 15 per cent on the same period last year.

BUSINESS and finance advisers Grant Thornton are on a recruitment roll - with the addition of six people to the Birmingham audit team in the last six months and others to follow.

from Crowe Clark Whitehill, Eamonn McInerney from Bloomer Heaven, Amy Jones from KPMG and Laura Tomlinson from Barlow Andrews. And Natalie Gladwin was promoted to senior manager in recognition of her progress and the complex portfolio she now delivers.

Joining Grant Thornton's audit team are Alex Finch and Josh Reader from Deloitte, Sneha Morjaria from Baker Tilly, Ciara Sugden The recruitment surge comes as the office's audit and corporate tax teams report new work wins
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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:Apr 16, 2014
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