New clients and continued growth have led to an accountancy firm launching a recruitment drive for both experienced accountants and graduates.
Moore Stephens is looking to make four additions to its tax team, aiming to recruit a mix of experience and youth to help continue this trend.
Recent years have saw the team extend its focus to areas such as profit extraction, restructuring, acquisitions and disposals, while continuing growth in relation to research and development (R&D) tax relief, which gives innovative companies a valuable cash boost.
Tax partner Ross Northall said: “Our success in growing revenues for the last four years is down to winning new clients and undertaking more tax advisory work.
“Over the last year we have looked at new service lines and strengthened our capability in VAT, we are growing all of the time and we are keen to bring in some new faces to encourage that growth.
“Bringing in a mix of experience and youth will be a benefit for us as a team.”
The four new additions would see the team’s headcount increase from eight to 12 people.
Ross said: “Our tax team may be growing, but we retain a family atmosphere.
“People want to help each other and always muck in when needed.
“We also have good communication across the whole office, not just within tax, which helps us to provide the best service to clients.
“We socialise together too, whether during an event organised by the social committee or on a fund-raising activity in aid of our local charity, Edward’s Trust, which supports bereaved families.”
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