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Oct 15

MEET OUR NEW DIRECTOR!

Sage & Company Chartered Accountants are excited to announce the appointment of Rob Richards as Director

Following last week’s press release, we are proud to announce that Rob Richards has now taken up his new role as a Director, having been an associate with Sage since 2014. Rob is looking forward to building on the firm’s outstanding reputation for service to professionals and clients alike.

Rob commented “Having joined Sage & Co as an accounts assistant in 2007, I have worked my way up and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2012. I became an associate in 2014 and started to manage my own portfolio of clients, so this next step in becoming a director is great for me, especially given my history here at Sage & Co.”

Fellow Sage Director Chris Morgans added “Rob’s track record and contacts in the profession are second to none and we are thrilled to have him on the board. He has a great commercial outlook which will be vital as we continue our ambitious plans to grow and develop our business and most importantly to support our clients’ needs.”

Sage & Company Chartered Accountants are proud to be part of the local business community and specialise in advising and guiding businesses through the ongoing challenges of the current economic landscape. If you know someone who could benefit from a supportive and proactive relationship with their accountant, Rob is ideally placed to do this and would be more than happy to meet them.

 

 

Congratulations Rob!

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My firm and family can only but support and endorse your endeavours. Thank you for your ever willing help, from all colleagues at every level of Sage and Company, to reduce any concerns that I may have had to enable my life to be as ‘stress free’ from as many ‘financial worries’ as painlessly as it is possible to be, and with such a pleasant attitude and disposition.

 

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