Peters Elworthy & Moore (PEM) announces new Director

Kate Merry to head up the Recovery department at leading Cambridge accountancy firm Peters Elworthy & Moore
 
July 25, 2012 - PRLog -- Licensed insolvency practitioner Kate Merry has assumed the role of Director. Kate has extensive knowledge and experience in dealing with business rescue procedures and 14 years of recovery experience. As part of her new role she is accepting appointments as Administrator, Liquidator, Supervisor and Trustee in Bankruptcy. She is well placed to bring together the strengths of the department’s service delivery and says, “I am looking forward to this new responsibility and to working with the team to ensure that PEM continues to offer high quality advice.”

New PEM Chairman Shay Lettice says, “Kate has long been a key player in our team and deserves this promotion to Director. I’m sure that Kate’s style and expertise will continue to add to PEM’s ability to help businesses and individuals.”

Notes to Editors

Peters Elworthy & Moore (PEM) is one of the leading independent firms of accountants, tax and business advisers in the East Anglia region, with 12 Partners and 140 staff. http://www.pem.co.uk

PEM is within the top 60 in the UK, providing financial strategies for success.

PEM has a large and varied client base including: Owner Managed Businesses, Charities and Not-for-Profit sector, Technology, Property, Agriculture including Farming and Bloodstock as well as many Professional Firms, Partnerships and Private Clients in the region

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