Accounting firm Reeves appoints Fiona Hotston Moore
Accounting firm Reeves has appointed client and
business development specialist Fiona Hotston Moore, pictured, as a
She was previously head of London corporate business at Crowe
Clark Whitehill where she developed the corporate offering, won new
corporate mandates in the UK and overseas as well as being involved
in a number of high profile private equity and M&A deals.
She has also been managing partner at MRI Moores Rowland,
leading the eventual sale of the firm to Mazars.
Ms Hotston Moore is a board member of the Securities Industry
Management Association (SIMA) and co-founder of Accelerated Board
Attainment (ABA). Reeves has offices in Canterbury, Chatham,
Gatwick and London, where the new partner will be based.
Clive Stevens, managing partner, said: “Reeves has ambitious
plans to develop its range of services as well as to grow its
presence in the corporate and private client sector in London and
throughout the South East as well as internationally.
"Fiona has an extremely strong track record in building
practices and business development. Her substantial experience in
audit, outsourcing, corporate finance and expert witness work
provides an incredible opportunity for us to increase our presence
within the London market.”
Ms Hotston Moore said: “It was important for me to join an
entrepreneurial and client-focused firm that had a partnership
ethos and acted as a team.”
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