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New partner appointed by Mitchell Charlesworth

Mitchell Charlesworth has appointed a new partner.

Alex Makinson has over twenty years of experience in audit, accounting, corporate and personal tax planning including profit extraction, business succession planning, corporate restructuring and growth support.

He has a keen interest in owner-managed businesses and advises organisations across a variety of sectors, ranging from professional and medical services right through to the manufacturing and transport industry.

A particular area of expertise is in education, supporting a significant number of academy schools and multi academy trusts across the North West.

Alex joins the firm from UHY Hacker Young and will be based in Mitchell Charlesworth’s Chester office.

Mitchell Charlesworth Chester-based partner and chairman Rob Hall said: “Alex’s extensive expertise and experience will be a valuable addition to our team. During this challenging time for businesses, Alex will play a significant role in supporting our clients through the ongoing situation."

Alex’s appointment demonstrates our strong commitment to invest in the future success of Mitchell Charlesworth and attract leading talent to our growing team so we can offer the highest level of service to our clients.

Rob Hall of Mitchell Charlesworth

Commenting on his new role, Alex said: “I am looking forward to being part of a uniquely progressive, dynamic and contemporary firm, that goes above and beyond to help their clients.”

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