A NEW PARTNER appointment has been made at north London firm Adler Shine.
Craig Hopkinson (pictured), who serves as a director in the firm’s entrepreneurial services division, has been promoted. He joined Adler Shine as a maths graduate, and the fully-qualified chartered accountant advises owner managers on accounting, auditing and tax issues.
“I am immensely proud to have been invited to become partner,” said Hopkinson. “Adler Shine is a great firm with great people and fantastic clients. I look forward to the exciting challenges ahead,’ he added.
Managing partner Daniel Garcia said Hopkinson was a highly-skilled professional “who I am sure will continue to shape the future direction and progression of the firm”.
“We are delighted to be able to demonstrate the importance of succession planning in our practice and congratulate Craig on his appointment,” said Garcia.
Adler Shine won Medium Firm of the Year in the 2005 Accountancy Age Awards.
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