Hull-based chartered accountancy firm Smailes Goldie is celebrating after being shortlisted for a prestigious award.
The firm has been named as a finalist of the ‘Independent Firm of the Year – North’ category at this year’s British Accountancy Awards, organised by industry publication Accountancy Age.
The awards recognise the very best of Britain’s accountancy profession, with judges paying close attention to details such as successes, customer service and innovation.
Partner Mark Sharpley said: “We are delighted to have reached the finals of the British Accountancy Awards. There are seven finalists in this northern firms category, so to reach the shortlist is a real achievement. Credit for this must go to everyone at Smailes Goldie because without their hard work and dedication, we would not be where we are today.”
Smailes Goldie will learn if it has won at a ceremony that takes place at The Brewery in London on 24 November.
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