Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Forrester Boyd names new manager for Louth office

Forrester Boyd has appointed Adam Millson as Manager at its offices in Eastgate, Louth.

Adam grew up Skegness and studied at Skegness Grammar School for both GCSE’s and ’A’ levels.  He joined the firm in April 2012 whilst working towards his AAT. He qualified with the ICAEW as a Chartered Accountant in August 2016 and today, manages a varied portfolio of clients in addition to having an in-depth knowledge of the education and charity sectors.

In his free time Adam enjoys playing football and competes in the Evo-Stik Division One East football league.  Away from work and football Adam follows a variety of sports and likes to socialise with friends and family.

Adam joins three other staff members who have recently been appointed to the management team at the firms Grimsby and Scunthorpe offices.

Louth partner Alan Nesbitt said: “Adam’s appointment strengthens our management team and continues our high quality support to our clients.  This support will especially be seen in the area of academies, in which he has significant experience and knowledge.  It is very rewarding to see staff coming through our training programmes and developing their skills and expertise.  We believe in nurturing and developing home-grown talent and this appointment showcases the success of our approach.”

Forrester Boyd is the largest regional independent accountancy practice in the region and recognised as one of the Top 50 practices in the UK. With the addition of the Wealth Management services offered, the firm offers clients a one-stop-shop for financial support and business advice.

The firm has just been shortlisted in the 2019 Northern Lincolnshire Business Awards for the Training Excellence Award which reflects the success of its training programme.

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