Alicia Crisp has become the newest partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson.

Crisp has successfully risen through the ranks at the firm, which she joined as a trainee in 2007 ahead of qualifying in 2010. Based at the London office of the practice, Crisp was appointed manager in 2012 and promoted to director in 2016. Now, at 32 years old, she has become one of the youngest partners in the firm.

Alicia has experience of leading a diverse range of projects across multiple sectors, including cash flow forecasting, long-term strategic planning, preparing businesses for a sale and managing the move to cloud accounting for academies, construction companies, financial advisers and start-ups.

“Alicia has gone from strength-to-strength during her career at MHA MacIntyre Hudson,” commented Grant Gleghorn, partner at MHA. “We’re committed to the training and development of our staff and are always keen to promote from within. It’s encouraging when a talented individual like Alicia joins as a trainee and progresses to such a senior position.

“She has outstanding client relationships and will play a vital role as we continue to strengthen and expand our offering to support our clients in the evolving financial and business environment.”

This latest promotion takes MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s total number of partners across the UK to 86.

In August this year, the firm appointed a new partner from BDO.

The firm has recently ranked at number 16 in the Top 50+50 2017.

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