Monday July 31 2017

HURST expands business services team

Further recruitment planned as client base grows

HURST expands business services team

Accounting and business advisory firm HURST has strengthened its business services team with the appointment of Allan Chan as a manager.

Allan, pictured, has international experience, having recently worked in Mauritius as a manager at PwC then as an internal audit manager at fresh produce importer and wholesaler SKC Surat & Co.

Before moving to Mauritius, Allan worked at London-based accountancy firms.

He has experience of auditing, corporate finance, due diligence and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

Mike Jackson, the partner who heads HURST’s business services team, said: “Allan has great commercial awareness and brings a wealth of experience to the team.

“He is a great addition to our department as we expand to cater for a growing number of clients who are internationally mobile.”

HURST’s business services team provides advisory, audit and assurance services to companies across the north west and beyond.

Over the past 12 months, the team has won dozens of new clients, including Thermotech, The Turtle Mat Company, i2i Pipelines, Utilities Design & Planning, Dean Group International and Chandos Civil Engineering.

Allan said: “I’m delighted to join one of the leading independent practices in the north west and I look forward to working with the firm’s exciting and growing client base to support their business ambitions.”

HURST is planning further recruitment in all its areas of practice as it continues to attract new clients.

"Allan has great commercial awareness and brings a wealth of experience to the team"
Mike Jackson

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