Yorkshire Accountants opens its doors to two new starters

Long-established Leeds accountants Thomas Coombs has welcomed two new members to its team as it continues to expand in the region.

Known as the Yorkshire Accountants, the firm has been offering training places at its practice since 1878.

Trainees Frances Lornie and Max Lawton will be helping a range of clients while also completing their professional qualifications.

Frances has already started the Association of Accounting Technicians Level 2 qualification. Max has a degree in accounting and finance and will study for the ACA qualification.

Exciting journey

Peter Sawrij, a partner at Thomas Coombs, sys: “Both Frances and Max show a lot of promise and passion for our profession and we are delighted to have them both joining us.”

Thomas Coombs has trained hundreds of accountants in its 140-year history, with some of them progressing to partner level.

It places a strong emphasis on continued professional development, which has made it an attractive practice for those starting out or looking to further their career in accountancy.

“As a firm, we are continuing to expand and look forward to welcoming more talented graduates and professionals in the future,” adds Peter.

To find out more about Thomas Coombs’ current career opportunities, please visit here.



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