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Ryecroft Glenton expands team with five new recruits

Ryecroft Glenton, one of the North East’s largest independent firms of chartered accountants and business advisers, has expanded its training programme and recruited a new tax expert. 

The Newcastle-based advisor has added four trainees, Natasha Robson, Will Spafford, Tony Anderson and Adam Tindale, to its accounting department and recruited Kieran Taylor, an experienced tax adviser, to join its tax department. 

Kieran is a tax senior with more than seven years’ experience.  He has accreditation from The Association of Taxation Technicians and joins from a nationwide professional services company.  

Ryecroft Glenton offers a range of services delivered by experienced experts who operate across the firm’s North East network of offices. The practice provides a comprehensive range of accountancy and financial planning services for private and business clients, including a thriving corporate finance advisory service.

Chris Robson, Managing Partner at Ryecroft Glenton, said: “Kieran is a great addition; he is an experienced professional who has worked for well-regarded accountancy practices.   He will slot seamlessly into the team and hit the ground running. 

“We take great pride in our training programme, which has provided us with a large number of our existing team and I’m delighted that our success has enabled us to welcome four new members to the accounts team. 

Kieran said: “Ryecroft Glenton is a fast-growing firm, with a talented and experienced tax team and is well-respected within the industry. It’s an honour to have joined them at such an exciting time and I’m looking forward to working with its diverse client base.”   

Natasha, one of the new accountancy trainees, said: “After spending six weeks with Ryecroft Glenton on work placement, I was extremely impressed by the team I worked with. 

“The comprehensive training Ryecroft Glenton offers will allow me to build upon the theoretical foundation that I have developed during my time at Newcastle University and to become an integral member of the accountancy team.”

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