Contributed by Scrutton Bland
25/10/2019 - Scrutton Bland
The Scrutton Bland Group has strengthened their senior management line-up with the announcement of Faye Howard as the latest professional to join the firm’s Partner team. Qualifying as a chartered certified accountant in 2004, Faye joined Scrutton Bland in 2014 as a Private Client Tax Director to develop the firm’s Private Client tax offering.
The leading financial services Group has been undergoing a period of growth and expansion over the past eighteen months, and the promotion of Faye to the Partnership team is a further sign that the firm is committed to continuing its development over the coming years. According to Jason Fayers, Managing Partner:“It is a very exciting time for Faye to be joining the Partner team, we are continuing to grow our service lines, employing more staff and investing in our operational structure. Our Tax Advisory service is a core offering for us and an area in which we have developed and excelled over recent years, and Faye has been pivotal in that progression.”
Scrutton Bland is celebrating its centenary in 2019 and has been marking its one hundred years in business through a series of events and initiatives. “We are now a Partner team of sixteen,” explains Jason. “We are extremely proud of our heritage and to be expanding our Partnership in our centenary year is both a testament to all our staff and the loyalty and support of our clients in enabling our business to thrive.”
Speaking about her appointment Faye said: “I am thrilled to have been invited to join the Partner team. We have a fantastic suite of advisory services across the firm and I am delighted to be joining the senior team at a time where we are looking for the business to be taking its next steps into the future and exploring the opportunities which will come with that”
The Group is in a unique position within the region as a multidisciplinary practice offering all elements of financial and business planning to commercial and private clients. Scrutton Bland would like to hear from any clients or staff past or present who have any memories to share regarding the business during its history and has set up a dedicated email address to where you can send any reminiscences.
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