New director appointed in Walsall

After recently celebrating promotions all round, we’re excited to welcome the latest addition to our team…


Introducing Liz McMillan

Liz joins us as a Client Services Director for our Walsall office, further bolstering the group’s leadership team.

A Certified Chartered Accountant, with over 13 years’ experience in the industry, Liz has recently gained a dual qualification and is now also a Chartered Tax Advisor. Liz will lead the client facing Walsall team alongside Directors, John Davis and Phil Taylor, delivering accountancy, audit, tax and payroll advice and services. Supported by specialist services from across the Group, the Walsall office also offers capital allowances, R&D, corporate finance, commercial funding, property finance and wealth management.

Scott Heath, Chief Executive Officer, commented, “Appointing Liz comes after two years of extensive development for the Group, and our continued ambition to enhance the service and advice that we offer our clients across the West Midlands. Liz brings fantastic knowledge and an outstanding reputation that will make a huge difference to our portfolio in the region.

“Our people are our biggest asset, so investing in them is the key to our success. I’m excited to have Liz on board and see her progress within the Group. I know that she’ll go the extra mile to support both the team and our clients.”

Liz added, “I’m thrilled to be joining the DJH Mitten Clarke team and can’t wait to get stuck into the role. It was paramount for me to join a firm that not only provides an exceptional service to clients, but looks after its team too, ensuring they’re well supported.”

“I’m looking forward to developing the team, creating an environment for them to grow both personally and professionally”, Liz continued.

The news of Liz’s arrival comes after a hat-trick of senior group appointments, including Integrations Manager, Andrew Johnson, Chief Technology Officer, Paul Freeman and Mergers & Acquisitions Director, Richard Crook.

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