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London, United Kingdom, 2007/09/25 - Russell Bedford's London member firm, Lubbock Fine, has appointed Stephen Banks as a partner.
Lubbock Fine chartered accountants, the London member firm of global accounting and audit network Russell Bedford International, has admitted Stephen Banks as a partner.
Stephen joined Lubbock Fine as a senior manager in May 2005. He previously worked for two other major accountancy practices, having qualified as a chartered accountant in 1995.
Stephen manages a portfolio of commercial clients including Alternative Investment Market (AIM) listed and internationally orientated businesses. His wide experience includes due diligence on business acquisitions and disposals as well as the related transactional work. He also manages a range of audits for AIM listed companies as well as for private companies with and without international interests.
“Stephen has brought an added perspective to our firm,” said managing partner Geoff Goodyear. “His skill in handling the specifics of AIM listed companies and corporate finance assignments has had a clear effect in strengthening our unique range of services and resulted in his speedy promotion. We are confident that he has a very successful future ahead of him and, together with our many clients who already know him, we wish him well.”
For further information, contact Stephen Banks at Lubbock Fine on +44 20 7490 7766.
Russell Bedford International was established in 1983 by a group of medium-sized independent accounting practices aiming to counter the market dominance of the major multi-national accounting firms.
Russell Bedford is now a closely-connected global association of independent accounting and business consultancy firms in key locations around the world, and is represented by some 200 offices in more than 70 countries in Europe, the Americas, the Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific.
All Russell Bedford affiliates are well-established firms offering international business advice and services to local and multinational clients. Most provide a full range of services comprising accounting, auditing, tax advice, general business guidance and financial consulting. In addition, many have specialist expertise in particular fields, such as international taxation or information technology.