East Anglian based financial services firm, Scrutton Bland announces the addition of Sarah Healey Pearce to its accountancy practice. Having qualified in 2000 as a Chartered Accountant she joins the firm as a Director and will work out of the firm’s Cambridge and Ipswich offices looking after clients across the region.
With over 20 years’ experience in advising sole traders, partnerships and limited companies on a wide range of accounting and tax issues, Sarah Healey Pearce will work with both the firm’s Business Advisory and Corporate Finance teams to provide support and advice to clients on all areas of accountancy and who are looking to undertake one-off transactions, business sales and acquisitions.
This latest hire sees the firm continue to invest in expanding its presence in the West of the region and follows the recent hires of Jonathan Clarke and Stephanie Gordon who were recruited to meet the firm’s growing client base in Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds.
Jason Fayers, Managing Partner commented: “Expanding our presence in the West of the region, specifically into Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds is an intrinsic part of our 5 year plan for the firm. We have some fantastic staff already working with clients throughout the region, but we are seeing some great opportunities and quite simply we need more top quality people to meet demand – it’s a very exciting time for us and we are delighted to welcome Sarah to the firm”.
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The Scrutton Bland Group (Scrutton Bland) includes Scrutton Bland LLP and Scrutton Bland Financial Services Limited and is a provider of insurance broking, accountancy, tax, employees benefits and chartered independent financial advice. From offices in Colchester, Ipswich, Cambridge and Diss, Scrutton Bland serve a range of clients from small owner managed businesses to large corporate organisations and offers professional advice on personal investments through to work place pensions.