Accountancy firm expands with partner appointment

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Green & Co feature on the Business Insider Wales website:

Green & Co Accountants and Tax Advisors has appointed Barrie Kenyon, 30, as partner.

Mr. Kenyon has been appointed to the Cwmbran-based business as it continues impressive growth and it looks to build on recent successes.

Having started at the firm 10 years ago and qualifying as a chartered certified accountant, Mr Kenyon has built a wealth of experience in all aspects of accounting.

Speaking of his appointment, Mr Kenyon said: “I am very grateful to Ed and Nick for providing me with the necessary training and support to further my career. I have thoroughly enjoyed working for Green & Co for the last 10 years and I’m looking forward to the new challenges this position will bring. We are always looking to expand our services to support our clients, most recently we have started providing probate services and research and development tax relief services. It’s a very exciting time to be part of the team”.

Ed Gooderham, director said: “Both myself and Nick are delighted to welcome Barrie as the newest partner at Green & Co. Barrie has been a valued member of staff for a decade and his hard work and determination has seen his career with us grow from strength to strength; this partnership was a natural step for Barrie’s progression. We are sure he will succeed and continue to provide proactive advice and help our clients minimise their tax.

Green & Co was formed in 1993, in this time they have bought and developed Pembroke House into high-quality office accommodation, with staff numbers having doubled. Over the past two years the business has increased, with Green & Co Farms and Green & Co Doctors, both enjoying impressive growth.

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