MHA Monahans has strengthened their team with the hire of a new partner – Fiona Westwood
MHA Monahans has appointed Fiona Westwood as Partner, adding to its ever-expanding team in the Taunton and Glastonbury offices.
Fiona joins the independent chartered accountancy firm from Smith & Williamson where she was a partner.
Fiona brings with her extensive accountancy experience specialising in advising and providing audit services to SMEs and charities. She has gained experience from working with a wide variety of clients at a Big 4 and a top 10 firm, including successful entrepreneurial businesses in the property, professional practices and charities sectors.
Fiona comments: “It’s an exciting time to be joining the growing, forward thinking firm. I was compelled to join MHA Monahans as my personal values are very important to me and MHA Monahans’ values align well with my own reflecting the approach to our clients, ensuring they receive pro-active support and advice. Somerset is a particularly exciting place to be as there is lots of potential, especially around Taunton and Glastonbury. SME businesses are the backbone of the economy and there’s so many with promise in the region.”
Simon Tombs, Managing Partner, commented: “We are excited to welcome Fiona to MHA Monahans. Fiona’s appointment is an extension of our commitment to our clients and the Glastonbury and Taunton offices. She brings a vast amount of experience and knowledge to the team. Fiona has a wealth of experience and truly understands the intricacies of SME’s and Not-for-Profit organisations, which will allow her to navigate our clients seamlessly through their finances.”
MHA Monahans has offices across the South West of England. The team works with businesses and individuals to deliver professional expertise, experience and insight, leveraging its association with MHA and Baker Tilly International to deliver local knowledge with a national and international reach.
It remains business as usual at MHA Monahans, as sensible precautions have been implemented. All types of assignments during this period of uncertainty are able to be carried out effectively.