Fenland accountants Stephenson Smart appoint new partner

12:37 04 April 2014

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A chartered accountants with offices in Wisbech and March has welcomed a new partner into their fold.

Stephenson Smart has appointed Chris Goad, 31, who joined the firm nine years ago, as a partner.

Mr Goad, who serves as a governor at Wisbech Grammar School, completed his training with the firm and is an associate of The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.

He will join Paul Carter in taking responsibility for the firm’s clients at its Wisbech, Downham Market and March offices.

He said: “We are committed to providing a high quality audit, accountancy and taxation service to businesses and individuals throughout East Anglia and beyond.”

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