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Trio of rising stars promoted at accountancy firm HURST

L-R Oliver Cross, Ellie Wild and Jack Moore

Accounting and business advisory firm HURST has promoted three rising stars to associate manager level.

The trio are Oliver Cross and Ellie Wild in HURST’s business services team and Jack Moore in the tax team.

Oliver was recruited to the practice in 2017 as an audit senior while Ellie joined as a graduate trainee accountant in 2015 and qualified two years later. Jack joined HURST in April last year as a tax senior.

HURST partner and director of practice development Simon Brownbill said: “Joining us early in their careers, Ollie and Ellie have become invaluable members of the team, and we welcome their promotion to management positions.

“In a short period of time, Jack has really impressed us with his skills and knowledge. We see his promotion as recognition of his stellar performance, and the central role he will play as the team continues to grow and develop.

“These promotions reflect our ongoing commitment to promoting talented individuals within the firm and giving them the opportunity to further their careers with us.”

HURST, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, focuses on advising entrepreneurial owner-managed companies with turnover of £5m and above.

Clients include leading entrepreneurial businesses such as Kinaxia Logistics, M&I Materials, London Lash, Beechfield Brands, Duerr’s, Oliver Valves and Delamere Dairy.
Meanwhile the firm has also recruited three trainee accountants to its growing team.

They are Ewan Lawson, who has a maths and economics degree from the University of Strathclyde, Tirath Panesar, who graduated in accounting and finance at the University of Leeds, and Miles Redgrave, who has an astrophysics degree from Loughborough University.

In another development, Mimi Weir-Bennett has taken on a new role at HURST as its dedicated HR and quality associate. She joined the practice as a personal assistant in 2015, then moved to its HR and business support team.

Mimi’s new role will see her support and promote best practice across the firm.