Top 40 accountants, Bishop Fleming, has recruited Stephen Martin as a Senior Tax Manager for their growing Bath office.
Stephen is a Chartered Accountant with over a decade of experience in the tax profession, providing domestic and international tax advice to companies and partnerships in a broad range of sectors including financial services, hotel and leisure, real estate, shipping and manufacturing.
He previously spent his career with top ten accountancy firm Moore Stephens in London, where he progressed to Associate Director in the business tax team.
As a Senior Tax Manager with Bishop Fleming, he will enhance the firm’s growing tax team, using his extensive knowledge and experience to provide advice and support to the firm’s clients, and further develop the firm’s tax services.
Stephen commented: “Bishop Fleming is a highly respected and fast-growing firm with huge ambition and I am delighted to be joining them.”
Bath partner, Andrew Sandiford, commented: “I am pleased to welcome Stephen on board. His skills and experience will bring great benefits to businesses in Bath and the region. In particular, his knowledge of the hotel and leisure sector will further enhance our growing hotels, tourism and leisure team.”
The Bath office is now one of the fastest-growing and most successful of all the Bishop Fleming bases. On top of that, the Bath team is now the biggest in the city, with four partners and 42 staff. It had its largest ever intake of new trainees in 2015.
Bishop Fleming appears in the Sunday Times list of the “100 best companies to work for” as an “outstanding” employer, and was the first accountancy firm to win an “Investors in People” accreditation, and an “outstanding” accreditation for “Investors in Customers”.
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