Two new partners and a new management structure for Mercer & Hole
- Monday, October 2, 2017
Mercer & Hole Chartered Accountants are pleased to announce Alison Palmer and Henry Page will become partners of the firm on 1 October.
Henry Page will be a Corporate Advisory Partner. Henry was formerly a director at Mercer & Hole although he originally joined the firm as a Graduate Trainee in 2005. Henry leads transactional projects within Corporate Advisory Services, working closely with the firm’s Corporate Finance team and with the support of Mercer & Hole’s corporate business tax specialists. Henry is a qualified Chartered Certified Accountant and licensed insolvency practitioner. He has experience of all types of restructuring work, extending to both companies and LLPs.
Mercer & Hole's Paul Maberly said “I would like to congratulate Alison and Henry on becoming partners of Mercer & Hole. Both of them have an established record within the firm of possessing a depth of technical knowledge and they back this up with excellent client service. I believe these two internal partner promotions demonstrate Mercer & Hole’s commitment to nurturing and rewarding talent. This is an exciting step forward for the firm.”
1 October will also see a change to the management structure at the firm which come with the retirement of Managing Partner Paul Webster. Paul Maberly will now be Managing Partner and Gill Tallon will be Deputy Managing Partner. The role of Deputy Managing Partner has been newly created to assist with the duties and responsibilities involved with running the firm and setting the firm’s strategy. Paul Maberly will continue in his role as Senior Partner which has been the case since October 2013.
Mercer & Hole Chartered Accountants is a top 50 accountancy firm in the UK, Top 25 for private client work and Top 25 for financial planning, working across four offices in London, St Albans, Rickmansworth and Milton Keynes.