MHA MacIntyre Hudson has made a series of senior promotions and new appointments within its Central Region team.
The new appointments at the Top 12 Accountancy firm supports its impressive and consistent growth throughout the pandemic.
Promotions include Francis Hudson and Nathan Sutcliffe, with Alastair Cassels being a new hire. Francis has become the area’s new Tax Partner, whilst Nathan Sutcliffe becomes Tax Partner based in Northampton. Alastair Cassels has been appointed Automotive Advisory Partner based at the firm’s Milton Keynes office to support the Motor Team.
Francis joined MHA as a Tax Director in June 2018 bringing with him over 20 years of knowledge and experience of advising clients on a wide range of UK tax matters.
“Peterborough is a vibrant cathedral city, with a rich history and exciting plans for new growth and innovation, much like MHA MacIntyre Hudson who are long established here. Having joined the Peterborough office in 2018, I am excited to step up to lead our tax team and look forward to further connecting with the local business community and growing our tax services for the benefit of all those in the region we serve.“
Nathan further strengthens the team in Northampton and looks forward to expanding the tax discipline across the Firm’s entrepreneurial families and transaction advisory services.
“I’m delighted to be joining the partnership at MHA as a Tax Partner which I originally joined as a trainee. During this time there has been significant growth across the Firm and they have supported by journey and provided the career path I was seeking. We work with many fantastic entrepreneurs and high net-worth clients for whom we are continuously developing our offering for. As a specialist area, I’ll also be working alongside our corporate finance partners to grow our Transaction Advisory business and team.”
Alastair Cassels joins MHA from Volkswagen to further expand the expertise within the Automotive team. Although based at MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s Milton Keynes office, Alastair will add vital sector knowledge to advise the team Nationally on their compliance matters.
Steve Freeman, Partner and Head of the Automotive team for the firm commented,
“The market opportunity is huge with the fundamental changes the Automotive and Automotive Retail sector is facing across digital transformation, Electric Vehicles, OEM Agency arrangements and network rationalisation, technology, new market entrants/disruptors, autonomous vehicles and connected cars and I am delighted that Alastair will be joining to support our existing sector to capture this.”