Leading accountancy firm Whitley Stimpson, which has offices in Banbury, Bicester, Witney and High Wycombe, is experiencing strong growth and is investing in training new staff from its core areas.
Director Malcolm Higgs said: “We are proud of the high level of service we offer to businesses and individuals and believe strongly that our success is largely due to our policy of employing people from the areas in which we operate and our commitment to training young people.”
Over the last year the firm has recruited an additional 27 members of staff and five new trainees who will earn as they learn and acquire professional qualifications in a real-time work situation. The firm is also pleased to announce that Luke Holmes in the Banbury office has passed his final ACA exams and qualified as a Chartered Accountant.
Human resources manager Tracy Williams said: “We are delighted with the high level results that our trainees achieve. Our philosophy is that we give maximum support to our staff and promote a culture of continuous learning.”
Whitley Stimpson has recently been named as one of the top 10 accountancy employers in the country by Accountancy Age, the leading publication in the accountancy field and was earlier named as being ranked as one of the top 100 practices in the country.
The new trainees are: Elizabeth Edwards, (High Wycombe), Naveed Munir (Bicester), Nandini Morjaria (Banbury), Jen Ricketts-Gregory (Banbury), Hermione Hymers (Banbury).
Whitley Stimpson is also noted for its support in sport and the arts in local communities across Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.