Accountants celebrating after being promoted at major Hull firm

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 5 Feb 2018

A trio of accountants at Hull-based Smailes Goldie Group are celebrating after they were promoted to manager roles.  

Laura Clarke, Billy Cowell and Matthew Clayphan have been promoted to become managers within the firm’s Accounts and Audit department. 

Ms Clarke joined Smailes Goldie Group in 2016 as a supervisor, having trained with another local firm while Mr Clayphan joined Smailes Goldie Group as a trainee upon his graduation in 2012.

Meanwhile, Mr Cowell joined Smailes Goldie Group straight from college in 2012. He subsequently spent two years working for a “Big Four” accountancy firm before returning to Smailes Goldie Group in 2016.

Read more: Pair go from trainees to partners in just 10 years at Hull accountancy firm

Laura said: “I know that I also speak for Matthew and Billy when I say that we are delighted to have been promoted.

“Each of us has valued the support we have received here at Smailes Goldie Group and we are all looking forward to being able to develop our skills in our new roles to the benefit of businesses and individuals across the region.”

Jeremy Allison, a Partner at Smailes Goldie Group, said: “It is wonderful to have been able to promote Laura, Billy and Matthew to become managers.

“They have each demonstrated that they are highly capable professionals and I know that our clients will continue to value their input in their new roles.”

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