Growing practice takes account of new talent [Herald, The (Plymouth, England)]
(Herald, The (Plymouth, England) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) THE new intake of graduate trainees at chartered accountants Francis Clark includes four appointments at the firm's Plymouth office.
Daniel Austin, a chemistry graduate, and Robin Doddrell, a natural sciences and biomedical research graduate, join the firm's corporate services team as assistants. Hollie Turnock, who has a law degree, and Ben Tolan, who graduated in public services, become part of the business services team at Francis Clark's Sutton Harbour office.
In addition, Emily Brunsden-Brown, who achieved first class honours in accounting and finance from the University of the West of England, in Bristol, joins the firm's Tavistock office as an assistant.
The graduates, who commence studies for accountancy and tax qualifications this month, are part of a nine-strong intake, with others joining Francis Clark's offices in Exeter, Torquay and Taunton. Stuart Cowen, a partner at Francis Clark's Plymouth office, said: As a growing and ambitious firm, we look to recruit the very best talent.
Francis Clark also operates an apprentice scheme for schoolleavers and a paid summer placement programme for undergraduates in their penultimate year of study.
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