Leading South West accountancy firm continues its development of the next generation with nine new appointments
Albert Goodman Chartered Accountants, Tax Consultants and Financial Planners have welcomed nine new trainees as part of its ambitious growth plans and ongoing commitment in the investment of its workforce.
Jack Gilbey, Sarah Bennett, Sheldon Moll, Jadyn Nunn, William Whitehead, Tobias Finch Hatton, Jenny Batchelor, Lucy Morton and Kevin Warnakulasuriya join the firm’s Tax, Audit, Business Services and Farms & Estates teams. Its newest recruits will embark on a three year training programme, gaining invaluable on-the-job training whilst studying towards their professional qualifications with the support of other trainees, a line manager and a dedicated training partner.
As a 2020 Best Companies “Very Good Place to Work”, Albert Goodman is committed to investing in the future of its workforce, to develop the partners and business leaders of the future. A number of its senior managers and partners started their careers in the firm and have remained with them throughout their whole working life.
Sophie Parkhouse, Partner at Albert Goodman, commented: “We are passionate about the development of all of our people at Albert Goodman, so ensuring that we continued to bring in new talent, even during the current environment, is vital for the future of our business and our culture. I have thoroughly enjoyed meeting with all of our new trainees, over the last week, learning about each of their backgrounds and developing individual plans for their progression. We have an excellent group who I am confident will be the business leaders of the future!”
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Photo caption: Albert Goodman’s newest appointments. Pictured L-R is Jenny Batchelor, William Whitehead, Sophie Parkhouse, Jadyn Nunn, Tobias Finch Hatton, Jack Gilbey, Sarah Bennett, Lucy Morton, Sheldon Moll and Kevin Warnakulasuriya.