Wednesday January 1 2014

The Sedulo team grows by three

The Sedulo team grows by three

Sedulo are delighted to welcome three new starters to their team.

Joining the accounts team are Natalie Yates, Andrew Houghton and Lianne Martin. Natalie joins as a Senior Accountant and her primary role is to help manage their ever-growing accounts team. Natalie qualified as ACCA three years ago and has spent most of her accounting life working in practice before going it alone and carrying out freelance work.

Andrew joins as a Semi-Senior Accountant. He graduated from the University of Salford with a degree in Finance and Accounting and is in the latter stages of his ACCA qualification.

Lianne joins the team as a bookkeeper, having started her career as a junior accounts assistant she moved on to work as a bookkeeper until the age of 22 before taking some time out to travel and even living in the Spanish city of Marbella for a period.

These appointments signal both progression as a company despite uncertain economic times and also reiterates the Sedulo commitment to delivering the highest quality of added value service which they are proud of.


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