North East accountancy firm, Leathers, is targeting further expansion through the opening of a new office in Harrogate, Yorkshire.
With existing bases in Newcastle and Durham, the business works nationally and internationally, with a significant proportion of its work coming from London, the Midlands and South East England, and is not ruling out further new office openings as its client base expands.
Leathers has also revealed changes in its senior management structure to help spearhead the growth of the business, with Tim Mallon, who joined Leathers last year, becoming its managing director with direct responsibility for Newcastle and Durham offices. Ryan Harrison, head of Leathers’ private client team, becomes a partner in the business, and he will lead the growth efforts in Yorkshire.
Michael Leather, who founded the business almost 30 years ago, will remain as managing partner.
Its recruitment drive, which has so far seen Leathers make six new appointments in four months at all levels of the business, will continue as the team look for new additions to help support their strong growth.
Leathers advises family businesses, property owners and high net worth individuals.
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