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Expansion at Award-Winning York Accountancy and Wealth Management Firm

Posted: 15th Sep 2021 by Clair Watmore News, Recruitment

Leading award-winning York-based Chartered Accountants and Wealth Management firm, Hunter Gee Holroyd and HGH Wealth Management Ltd, has strengthened its team with an intake of new recruits.

The appointments of Charmaine Weintraud, Max Pycroft and Helen Akkary at Hunter Gee Holroyd, along with Matthew Good at HGH Wealth Management Ltd, bring a range of skills and experience.

Senior Bookkeeper and Xero Adviser Charmaine has over 10 years of bookkeeping experience where she gained a broad understanding of various business sectors.

Max joined Hunter Gee Holroyd in May 2021 as a Semi-Senior Accountant, with two years’ experience in the accountancy profession. He has completed his AAT Level 3 and is finishing his level 4 qualification at York college with the ambition of starting his chartered qualifications afterwards.

Helen manages the secretarial/administration function at Hunter Gee Holroyd’s Filey office. She previously worked in banking for twelve years.

Matt joins HGH Wealth Management Ltd as an Independent Financial Adviser, with over 8 years’ experience in Financial Services, providing holistic financial planning advice to private and business clients. He is committed to his personal development towards becoming a Chartered Financial Planner.

Mark Grewer, Managing Director said:

We are delighted to welcome all our new starters. Expanding our team with talented individuals will further strengthen our value to every client. These new appointments enhance our current offering, enabling us to continue to deliver exceptional service to our clients and deliver a positive difference