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22 January 2015
Business growth accountants haleys chartered accountants are delighted to announce that Rob Salter has agreed a consultancy role with the practice.
Rob, who retired as managing partner of Moore and Smalley a few years ago, still enjoys a busy schedule. In addition to his role a financial director of Harrison Drury Solicitors, Rob provides on-going advice for a number of businesses.
Rob said, “I have known haleys for a number of years and I’m very interested in the way they do business, so I’m thrilled at the opportunity to open up new avenues for them.” He added, “The team at haleys have a real desire to deliver a professional service to their clients and build for the future. I like the entrepreneurial approach that haleys bring to their work and I’m looking forward to working with the practice in the coming years.”
Tim Haley, managing director and founder of haleys, said: “the firm celebrated 20 years in business last November, but we are already focused on our 2020 plan. We really respect and admire the success that Rob achieved as managing partner of Moore and Smalley. Rob has a huge amount of knowledge and experience growing a professional practice and we are confident he can help us keep on track growing the firm”.
Director Michael Lucas added that “haleys has built a reputation establishing intimate working relationships with business owners and becoming key trusted advisors. Rob really likes our approach and we are all looking forward to working with him”.Go Back