Ryecroft Glenton continues to grow during coronavirus pandemic with four new appointments

Ryecroft Glenton (RG) has expanded its team to meet growing demand for its services with the appointment of four new members of staff.

The Newcastle-based advisory firm has hired Rhiannon Nightingale, Roslyn Bell, Charlotte Whatley and Georgia Wilson to grow its Corporate Finance, Accounts & Outsourced services and Audit & Assurance service lines.

All four of the new recruits were successfully inducted remotely during the lockdown period, between March and June.

Senior Manager, Rhiannon Nightingale, has joined RG’s corporate finance service line, and will be advising shareholders of owner managed businesses, large corporates and Private Equity houses on all aspects of strategy, growth and transformation, including Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A).

The firm has also recruited Charlotte Whatley and Georgia Wilson, who are both part qualified Associate Chartered Accountants starting their advanced exams (the final stage) this summer, to join as accounts and audit assistants. Completing the group of appointments is Roslyn Bell who joined as payroll assistant the day before the government imposed lockdown began in March.

RG offers a range of advisory services delivered by experienced professionals who operate across the North East. The firm provides a comprehensive range of accountancy, tax and financial planning services for private and business clients, and has a thriving, full service corporate finance service line.

Peter Glenton, Partner at Ryecroft Glenton said: “We are delighted to welcome our latest recruits, as we continue to focus on attracting talented individuals to the business to help with the growing demand for our services.

“Carrying out all four inductions remotely during the lockdown period was a novel experience for all involved but it went remarkably smoothly.  I have been impressed by how well our newest recruits have settled in given such unusual circumstances.”

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