Photo from left to right: Front row – Cindy Osei Kuffour, Magdalena Koorowlay, Micaela Cardoso, Jade Monaghan. Back row – Tamjid Ali, Jacob Powell, Macaulay Fletcher, Robert Lay, Charlie Paviour, Robin Collins.
Welcoming new recruits and celebrating success
Leading accountancy firm Whitley Stimpson welcomed eight new recruits in 2021. Moreover, it has celebrated the success of three members of staff who have recently passed professional exams.
Tamjid Ali, Macaulay Fletcher, Robert Lay, Cindy Osei Kuffour, Charlie Paviour and Jacob Powell have joined the firm as trainee accountants. Magdalena Koorowlay has joined as a part qualified accountant and Micaela Cardoso has joined as a Junior Payroll Administrator.
These new starters will be based throughout the Banbury, Bicester and High Wycombe offices. They will receive tuition on the well-established and respected Whitley Stimpson training and development programme, whilst studying for their ACA/ACCA qualifications.
“We are delighted to be welcoming the eight new starters to the business, where they will bring real benefits for our clients and the teams they will work within”
says human resources manager, Tracy Williams.
Highlighting Whitley Stimpson’s reputation for excellence in training
Whitley Stimpson’s reputation for excellence in training has been further highlighted with excellent exam results. Robin Collins, based at the High Wycombe office has passed his Institute of Chartered Accountants England and Wales (ICAEW) ACA qualification. In addition, Jade Monaghan, based at the Banbury office has passed her ICAEW ACA qualification and Caitlin Wright, based at the High Wycombe office has passed her Chartered Institute of Marketing Level 3 Foundation Certificate in Professional Digital Marketing.
Tracy goes onto say:
“Everyone in the firm is aware of the hard work required to pass professional exams so we highly commend and offer our warm congratulations to Robin, Jade and Caitlin.”
The new recruits were officially welcomed to the company at a recent away day which celebrated the firm’s 90-year anniversary, held at A Day in the Country, Aynho. There were many activities throughout the day and a pop-up performance from Opera Anywhere where four performers spent the day ‘acting’ so they could surprise everyone with their singing during the celebration BBQ.
Flexible working and working from home
Whitley Stimpson promotes flexible working for staff and, where appropriate offers employees the opportunity of hybrid working where employees are based partly from home. The company has a staff of 83 people based in offices throughout Banbury, Bicester, High Wycombe and Witney. Furthermore, Whitley Stimpson is consistently ranked within the top 100 practices in the country, and is recognised as one of the top ten accountancy employers in the UK.