The old, grey image of a career in accountancy is becoming a thing of the past, according to Leighton Reed, director at MHA Broomfield Alexander, as clients’ expectations change and the sector continues to embrace the digital revolution (more…)
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The association supports the sharing of knowledge and best practice across all sectors and opens up areas of specialist expertise to member firms. With more than 50 offices, MHA consists of nine member firms across the UK, each of which has a strong presence in its respective region. (more…)
The firm, with four offices across south Wales, in Cardiff, Newport, Swansea and Monmouth recorded fee income of £6.27m in 2017, a rise from £5.8m in 2016. (more…)
The Monmouth-based practice will become MHA Broomfield Alexander’s fourth office – after Swansea, Newport and Cardiff – and will continue to provide the core services whilst increasing its offering in specialist areas for existing clients across the border region.
The merger will see 10 new members of staff join MHA Broomfield Alexander. (more…)
Seven new trainees have joined the firm and will be based at offices in Cardiff, Newport and Swansea, where they will undergo a three-year training programme to become qualified chartered accountants. (more…)
Accountancy firm MHA Broomfield Alexander has moved up to 77 from 82 in the Accountancy Age 2016 Top 50 + 50 annual survey.
The firm, with three offices across south Wales, in Cardiff, Newport and Swansea recorded fee income of £5.8m in 2016, a rise from £5.3m in 2015.
A recent focus for the firm has been on recruitment and 20 new members of staff have joined the teams across all service lines and at all levels from Director to AAT Trainees.
Ian Thomas, Managing Director of MHA Broomfield Alexander, said:
“Although not driven by such tables we are always interested in monitoring our progress. We are pleased to see that we are moving up the Top 50+50 national rankings based on our 2016 financial performance and delighted to see that we are the only independent firm of accountants in Wales in the results once again. Our rise in the rankings reflects the growth of the firm and the increase in the amount of work that we are undertaking for clients across our sector and service lines. This work is increasing year on year and we are fully supported by the talent and experience both within the firm and assisted by our membership of MHA and the UK membership of a dynamic international network in Baker Tilly international.”
To view the full Accountancy Age Top 50+50 survey for 2016, please click here.
Like many of you this week, we are continuing to digest the news that the electorate has decided to exit the European Union. Whilst the UK as a nation has opted to leave, the UK still remains a highly skilled and attractive place for business and a nation of great strength and competitive advantage over many economies.
I can appreciate that the outcome of the vote will come with a degree of concern to some of you as we are all faced with uncertainty on a number of fronts. Please be assured that we endeavour to keep you up to date and help you to understand the potential impact and manage any immediate business or personal risks as the picture becomes clearer.
Directors and key business figures in Wales joined together at our Cardiff office to discuss the key points and potential outcomes of the upcoming EU referendum on 23 June.
The referendum roundtable, which took place on 02 June, included the insights of six businesses in Wales including Centurion VAT, Alert Logic, Biotage, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), Chevler and Sanken Power Systems.
As well as this, MHA Broomfield Alexander directors, Leighton Reed and Mike Fenwick, provided insight from an accountancy perspective, in a discussion that was chaired by Matthew Hughes of the government’s export credit agency, UK Export Finance.
MHA Broomfield Alexander, Wales’s leading independent accountancy firm, has strengthened its Swansea-based team with the key appointment of a new director.
Paul Bowden, 36, originally from Morriston in Swansea, joins with more than 16 years’ experience in the financial sector. His previous work includes the delivery of audit and business services to a wide range of companies.
Degree-educated in Economics and Geography at Swansea University, Mr Bowden is also a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and joins MHA Broomfield Alexander from PwC, where he was a senior manager in its private business team.
A team from MHA Broomfield Alexander recently took part in Million Makers, an entrepreneurial challenge which sees corporate teams aiming to fundraise £10,000 for The Prince’s Trust Wales over a six month period. The firm exceeded this target, raising more than £14,000 for The Trust, a charity which supports young people who are unemployed or struggling at school with practical and financial support to help transform their lives. In 2015, the charity supported more than 56,000 young people into jobs, education and training.
A team of 10 employees from across the three offices of MHA Broomfield Alexander took up the challenge which began with a Dragon’s Den-style competition to secure £1,500 of seed funding. The team then undertook a range of activities, including a quiz night at the Cardiff Arms Park, a rugby gala evening at the Millennium Stadium, a scavenger hunt and a curry night, resulting in them exceeding their fundraising target by more than £4,000.