Feature Finance — 31 July 2017

The Birmingham office of chartered accountants Haines Watts has made two new appointments as part of the firm’s graduate and apprentice schemes.

Haines Watts Birmingham
New appointments, Rebecca Hanlon and Sean Haynes

Rebecca Hanlon has been appointed graduate audit trainee in the firm’s audit and accounting team. Rebecca graduated from the University of Worcester with a BA in Accounting prior to becoming a junior in audit, accounts, tax and corporate finance at a mid-tier Birmingham firm.

Rebecca, who lives in Harvington, Kidderminster, is also a keen horse riding enthusiast and former chairman of Worcester University Equestrian team.

Sean Haynes joins Haines Watts as tax apprentice under the firm’s apprenticeship scheme and reports to tax manager Chris Waterfield on both personal and corporation tax issues. Sean is currently studying for his ATT exams.

Sean, who attended The Sixth Form College Solihull, lives in Kings Heath.

In the past nine months, the Birmingham office of Haines Watts has made four new appointments.
Darren Holdway, managing partner at the Birmingham office of Haines Watts, said: “We are continuing to invest in future talent. These latest appointments are evidence of our commitment to Birmingham and the West Midlands particularly in attracting young people through our graduate and apprentice schemes.”

Haines Watts is a Top 15 firm of accountants with over 60 UK offices, who specialise in advising and supporting owner manager businesses. They are a member of Geneva Group International, one of the world’s leading accounting, law and consulting firms.

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