Chester based chartered accountants McLintocks have appointed Helen Mills as Senior Audit Manager with a view to growing and developing their audit practice.
Helen, aged 30, began her training with KPMG in Manchester; and has nine years of experience working for top ten accountancy firms.
Most recently, she worked within the Manchester office of Grant Thornton where she was responsible for a portfolio of audit clients including subsidiaries of international groups; owner managed and private equity backed businesses; and not-for-profit organisations across the North West.
Helen has a wide range of skills across a number of sectors including general manufacturing, retail, distribution and food and beverage.
One of her specialisms includes the provision of audit and advisory services to the further education sector where Helen previously held roles on the Audit Firms Education Panel, a national advisory board influencing sector guidance and best practice.
Said Helen: “I am proud to have the opportunity to join McLintocks and contribute to the continued development and growth of the practice. As an individual I am pleased to work for a firm whose ethos of ‘the client comes first’ mirrors my own personal values. I am looking forward to building relationships with my clients and becoming their trusted advisor, helping them with all aspects of their business.”
Welcoming the appointment to the team, McLintocks director Caroline Blake said: “Helen’s vast experience and expertise with many leading companies will further strengthen our growing audit business.”
McLintocks is one of the largest independent accountancy firms in the North West dealing with clients in Chester and Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside, and North Wales.
The expert team deals with all aspects of accountancy, audit, business advisory and tax planning services while working closely with businesses to provide incisive, confidential and straightforward advice.
Helen is pictured being welcomed by McLintocks CEO Mike Caputo. Mike has just been reappointed Chairman of the Audit Committee for the Federation of Small Businesses.
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