Three Smith & Williamson partners join Bishop Fleming in Bristol

More than 420 staff in the UK

Julia Bahr
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Accountancy and advice firm Bishop Fleming has hired three former Smith & Williamson partners in its Bristol office.

Tax specialist Peter Ball joins the firm as a tax partner, adding experience in advising high profile entrepreneurs and family groups.  Prior to taking on their new roles, corporate financiers Martyn Fraser and Matthew Pearson each spent 20 years at Smith & Williamson. They take extensive experience of mid-market corporate finance advisory projects and add to Bishop Fleming's corporate finance team.  Following several other recent senior appointments, including Len Dean who joined as head of VAT, the trio of appointments take Bishop Fleming's partnership to 36 and its employee count o...

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