Date08 Mar 2021
CategoryAccounting, Advisory, Audit & assurance, Business Services, Tax
Azets, the UK’s largest regional accountancy and business advisor to SMEs, has announced three promotions within the Truro office. Gill Vokes, formally Assistant Manager has been promoted to Manager, Rachel Elliott moves from the role of Associate to Senior and Cara Dale who previously held the role of Senior Manager has been promoted to Practice Manager. These newly awarded positions advocate the growth of the business in the South West region.
Malcolm Peters, Partner at Azets, said:
“All three of these promotions reflect commitment to the firm and to the industry, and are incredibly well deserved.
As a business, we pride ourselves on our relationships with our clients and during the pandemic, it has been of utmost importance to us that we support businesses through the turbulent time. Delivering a highly personalised service will continue to be a focus for us, and these promotions highlight Azets commitment to continued investment in our people within the South West region.”
Having been with Azets (previously Kelsall Steele) since 1988, Gill Vokes’ appointment as Manager reflects her vast experience and significant client base, combined with her dedication which has resulted in continued growth for the firm.
Working alongside Gill, Cara Dale’s promotion to Practice Manager will allow her to provide direct support to the Regional Managing Partner and the Office Managing Partners in the region. Cara’s prior experience at the firm and commitment to diverse business sectors complements Azets aim to deliver a highly personal service.
The promotion of Rachel Elliott to Senior is evidence of the firm’s investment in its staff. Rachel is developing her own portfolio of clients, and her dedication means she has established strong connections and works to consistently deliver necessary support to local businesses.
Within Azets, Gill, Cara and Rachel will continue to support the leadership team of the Truro office, under Office Partner Malcolm Peters, but also the wider West Country region.