THREE NEW directors have been promoted at east Midlands firm Duncan & Toplis.
The firm, ranked 35th in the Accountancy Age Top 50+50 Survey with £18m in fee income, has placed Karen Taylor, Kay Botley and Graeme Hills in new senior roles. The promotions take the firm’s director tally to 25 – with a further 13 associate directors.
Adrian Reynolds, managing director of Duncan & Toplis, congratulated the three: “Their new roles are a recognition of their hard work and ability which has not gone unnoticed.
“I look forward to seeing them succeed in their new positions, strengthening our senior management teams across the region.”
Taylor, who works from the firm’s Newark office, and Botley, based at Sleaford, have been named associate directors. Hills takes up a director role based in its Grantham office.
The ten-office firm was established in 1925, and employs 350 staff. It is a member of the Kreston network, which it joined in 2011.
(l-r) Karen Taylor, Graeme Hills and Kay Botley
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