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Cheltenham accountants expand team with new appointments

Tax specialist and accountants Paish Tooth has appointed three new members of staff and promoted an existing employee, in order to meet the growing needs of their clients.

Luke Durrant and Charlotte Mabbott-Quartley

Charlotte Mabbott-Quartley moves from Randall & Payne to Paish Tooth as client relationship manager. Charlotte has more than 10 years' experience in accountancy, and takes over from Kristel Naughton who left the firm in August.

Charlotte's appointment follows on from that of two new apprentices in recent months.

In April, Emily Gammon joined the Cheltenham-based firm following a previous role at Harbour Key Accountants. She recently obtained her AAT Level 3 qualification, and is now studying for her AAT Level 4.

Luke Durrant started at Paish Tooth this September, and is currently studying for his AAT Level 3 at Gloucestershire College.

Nuala Beardsall, who has worked within the business for more than five years in the role of marketing manager, has recently been promoted to practice manager.

Emily Gammon and Nuala Beardsall

 Although Nuala will continue to be responsible for all things marketing, she will now have a broader remit to help manage the smooth running of the business.

Patrick Cooper, director of Paish Tooth, said: "We've been delighted to welcome Charlotte, Emily and Luke onto the team.

"Their appointments reinforce our commitment to provide the best support for our clients and to maintain the excellent personal service which we strive for.

"I'm pleased that Nuala has taken on the wider role of practice manager, which will allow her to play a significant part in the day to day management of the business and ensure that as a team we are well positioned to deliver the best service possible."

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