Tuesday May 30 2017

Manchester accountants expand by appointing Mary Page

Manchester accountants expand by appointing Mary Page

Manchester-based accountancy practice Alexander Knight & Co has expanded the team with the recruitment of Mary Page as assistant accountant.

Page, from Middlewich in Cheshire, joins the accountants at a time of impressive growth as new clients sign up to the practice founded by Murray Patt in 2012.


Murray Patt, founder of Alexander Knight & Co, which is based near Manchester Airport, said:


“With the increase in the number of clients we’ve won so far this year it is important to make sure our back office operation is up to strength so we can continue to deliver for our clients.

“We’re pleased to welcome Mary Page to the team as assistant accountant. Mary brings with her a great attitude, exceptional skillset and she will be a great asset as we continue to grow our client base of entrepreneurs.”


Mary Page, assistant accountant at Alexander Knight & Co, said:


“I’m delighted to join Alexander Knight & Co at such an exciting time. I’m looking forward to working in the newly expanded office space and making a positive contribution to our clients and the practice.”

Alexander Knight & Co has a reputation for advising some of the regions most active entrepreneurs. It's client base consists of experienced business people, family-owned firms, fast-growth start-ups and international clients. 

The firm also revealed a new website recently which showcases its services, people and clients.


"Mary brings with her a great attitude and she will be a great asset as we continue to grow our client base of entrepreneurs. We're delighted with the high level of referrals we get from happy clie"
Murray Patt, founder of Alexander Knight Co

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