On the move: the latest East Midlands hires

Debbie Ince, Ross Northall and Mark Squibb

Accountancy firm Moore Stephens has strengthened its Midlands tax team with three senior appointments.

Mark Squibb has joined Moore Stephens as tax manager, Debbie Ince has been added to the Midlands team as tax director, while Ross Northall has been promoted to partner.

Squibb has more than 10 years of experience as an accountant and tax practitioner and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) and a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). He joins from MHA MacIntyre Hudson, where he was a corporate tax manager.

Ince has more than 25 years of experience in dealing with tax and related business issues for private clients and owner-managed businesses. She joins Moore Stephens’ Midlands team having previously been based at the firm in London and will be supporting businesses and private clients across the region.

Northall has been promoted to partner three years after joining the firm as tax director. He has been providing tax advice to companies and individuals for 12 years and becomes Moore Stephens’ fifth partner in the Midlands.

The trio will work across Moore Stephens’ offices on Grove Business Park, Leicester, Sheep Street in Northampton and in Birmingham.

Five new recruits have started civil and structural engineering apprenticeships with consulting development engineers,

Five new recruits have started civil and structural engineering apprenticeships with consulting development engineers, M-EC.

(L-R) Connor Kilner, Laura Dance, Callum Wale, Josh Carr and Dan Green

(L-R) Connor Kilner, Laura Dance, Callum Wale, Josh Carr and Dan Green

Dan Green and Callum Wale join the consultancy’s head office in Ibstock, Leicestershire; Josh Carr becomes the second apprentice in the rapidly growing Milton Keynes office and Laura Dance and Connor Kilner commence their careers in the newly opened Nottingham office. Each of the new recruits will undertake a two year programme to achieve a Level 3 Construction and the Built Environment Diploma, with the option to extend their training to complete a HNC/HND.

“This latest intake marks the fifth year we have offered apprenticeships and our scheme is really going from strength to strength,” said managing director, Eddie Mewies.

“The apprentices we initially employed are all forging great careers, including continuing their studies to complete Level 5 HND’s, so are setting excellent examples to our newest trainees.”

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