Saturday, June 19, 2021

Accountancy firm promotes dynamic duo

A Sheffield chartered accountancy and business advisory firm has made two senior promotions.

Hentons has promoted Anthony Hamilton to Director and Olivia Broadhead to Manager. Both are based at Hentons’ Sheffield office, at Kollider in the heart of the city centre.

Chartered Accountant, Anthony joined Hentons almost two years ago and has been instrumental in growing the digital offering at the independently owned firm. He has worked across all five of Hentons’ offices to deliver a fully integrated and future proof client focussed business offering.

Olivia, who has eight years’ experience, is a client focused accountant. Skilled in financial accounting, VAT, tax and HMRC issues, Olivia is an expert in cloud accounting software.

Partner, Tim Baum-Dixon from Hentons, said: “Anthony leads from the front and has brought in several larger clients whilst managing the 11-strong Sheffield team on a day-to-day basis.

“He will now continue to build on this success and help drive our ambitious growth plans in Sheffield, whilst also continuing to roll out our impressive digital software solutions for clients.

Olivia Broadhead

“Olivia is a very capable and phenomenally hard-working member of our team. A safe pair of hands, her determination to deliver the highest quality of service is inspirational.

“With a focus on efficiency and cross-selling, she’s a great example of what can be achieved through our internal management training programme and is definitely one to watch in the industry.”

Hentons has seen a 13% growth in turnover over the last 12 months and currently employs 120 people across its offices in Sheffield, Leeds, York, Thirsk and London.

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