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Ryecroft Glenton bolsters team with new appointments

An advisory firm has bolstered its team with a host of new recruits as it seeks to meet growing demand.

Ryecroft Glenton has taken on eight staff across four service lines.

The Newcastle-based firm’s recruits are a mix of experienced professionals and trainees and reflect the business’ focus on attracting talented individuals and helping them develop their long-term careers.

Joining the company are trainees Emma Harrison, Thomas Shaw and Samantha Scott, who all arrive as assistants in its accounts and outsourced services department. Harry Lamb joins as an assistant in the business tax department.

The firm has also recruited Debbie Cowling as a payroll assistant, Ben Kain as an assistant in the corporate finance department and Kim Briggs as a paraplanner in the wealth management department.

Completing the group is Angela Harvey, who joins as an assistant administrator, having re-located to the region from Edinburgh.

Ryecroft Glenton offers a range of accountancy and financial planning services for private and business clients.

Partner Peter Glenton said: “We have forged a strong track record in helping talented people secure a foothold on the career ladder and assisting them in realising their professional ambitions.

“We recruit knowledgeable and motivated individuals who have the ability to help the firm achieve its ambitious growth plans.”