Milsted Langdon has recently promoted a number of talented individuals and welcomed others that have just joined the firm.
Rachel Hotham, one of Milsted Langdon’s longest serving members of staff and the firm’s first female insolvency practitioner, has become an insolvency partner.
Meanwhile, Helen Gregory is now a Director in the forensic team, with fellow team members, Tanya Contreras and Simon Hateley, being promoted to manager in Taunton and London respectively. Simon is joined in the London forensic team by new recruit, Mark Gishen, while Juliet Bacon has joined the Taunton office as a Corporate Finance Senior Manager.
There have also been changes to the firm’s General Practice team, including the appointment of Guy Armitage-Norton as an assistant manager in the Bristol office, where he has been joined by Ben Leslie who starts his career as a trainee accountant, and Dan Kenyon’s promotion to manager and relocation to the firm’s Bath office.
The firm has also strengthened its internal finance team by promoting Alistair Haynes to assistant manager.
Chairman and Founding Partner, Jonathan Langdon, commented: “As well as congratulating the talented individuals that have been recognised and rewarded with promotions, I’d like to extend a very warm welcome to Guy, Juliet, Mark and Ben and wish them well in their careers at Milsted Langdon.”