Saffery Champness Accountants win numerous new charity client accounts

Jul 9, 2018

Saffery Champness Chartered Accountants have had some significant client ‘wins’ in the charitable sector and welcome Diverse Abilities, Lewis-Manning Hospice, Social Care in Action, Pramacare and The Tank Museum to their books.
Senior Partner Nick Fernyhough advised, “These recent wins add to our substantial charity client base and make us one of the leading advisors to charities in Dorset.  We are delighted that these fantastic organisations have put their trust in Saffery Champness to provide the essential audit services that are so important to charities.  They each recognise that the expertise and experience  that Saffery Champness demonstrate will be able to add value and assist in the good governance of their organisations.”
Lewis Manning Hospice Finance Manager Nick Toop commented, “We are looking forward to working with Safferys. We are very aware of their outstanding reputation and their pitch to us was very thorough and well researched.  We’re looking forward to working with the close- knit team of staff.”
About Saffery Champness LLP
Saffery Champness LLP is the 12th largest firm of chartered accountants in the UK (by fee income), providing specialist advice to a wide range of professional practices, entrepreneurs, private clients individuals, and not-for-profit organisations.
For 160 years, the firm’s success has been founded upon providing clients with a genuinely partner-led service, and working with them to create bespoke solutions that help them to achieve their personal and business objectives.
Saffery Champness has almost 70 partners and nearly 600 staff in the UK, across nine offices, plus a presence in Guernsey, Geneva and Zurich, with 140 directors and staff based outside the UK.
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