Burgis & Bullock has made a series of new appointments and reinforced its commitment to training and development.
Burgis & Bullock has made seven new hires across its Leamington, Nuneaton and Stratford-upon-Avon offices.
The Warwickshire-based firm is committed to supporting the development of young professionals and helping them to build careers in the accountancy sector, which is reflected in five of the new starters being in trainee positions.
Michelle White, a charity and not-for-profit specialist, has been employed to work in the corporate and special services team at the firm’s Leamington office in Waterloo Place.
Michelle has more than a decade’s experience in the sector and previously worked with London-based HW Fisher, with work including audit, independent examination and supporting on training delivery.
Nikki Coulson and Jenni Lynch have been appointed as audit trainees at the Leamington office and Jack Holmes has been hired as an audit and corporate finance trainee.
Joseph Lindsey has joined as an accounts trainee and will spend the majority of his time supporting work in the firm’s Stratford-upon-Avon office.
Burgis & Bullock has again bolstered its bookkeeping team at its Nuneaton office with two new appointments, following on from a string of hires in February, as the company continues to see significant growth in its outsourced bookkeeping services.
Sharan Bansal joined the Nuneaton bookkeeping team, with Lauren Kalyan linking up with the team in a trainee role.
The appointments come as the firm continues to expand across all its offices, serving clients in a wide range of sectors and providing a group of specialist services.
Burgis & Bullock has offices in Leamington, Nuneaton, Rugby and Stratford-upon-Avon.
Sean Farnell, Partner at Burgis & Bullock, said: “We’re pleased to be in a position to be able to continue investing in and developing our teams.
“The firm has enjoyed another strong year, delivering a bespoke and personal service for our clients, and attracting new business across our full range of accountancy services, including in bookkeeping where we continue to see significant growth.
“This success allows us to continue expanding our trainee programme and provide professional development opportunities for young people.”