PKF COOPER PARRY has appointed its first CFO as it seeks to grow and further professionalise its practice.
Sally Spencer (pictured) will take on responsibility for the firm’s internal operations in order to facilitate the firm’s expansion plans in the west Midlands, the practice confirmed.
She joins having worked for a private equity-backed travel management company in London as its CEO for North Europe, Middle East and Africa.
PKF Cooper Parry chief executive Ade Cheatham said: “We are thrilled to have Sally join the team.
“It is a key role in helping us move the business forward as we look to further expand our offering.”
Spencer said: “I am passionate about providing an energising, client-focused working environment for teams and I strive for excellence and proactivity – which PKF Cooper Parry has in abundance.
“Everyone is passionate about making a difference here, even the décor in the offices reflects the workforce, its values and ambition.”
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