BHP welcomes new partner

20th August 2014

Barber Harrison & Platt (BHP) is thrilled to announce the appointment of new partner Daniel Sowden.

Daniel will advise owner managed businesses in the SME sector, support the firm's Agriculture and Landed Estates team and lead the firm's service offering to the Leisure and Tourism industry. Managing Partner John Warner commented -Daniel's appointment further demonstrates BHP's commitment to its future in Yorkshire. The firm has recently received national recognition as a Top 50 firm, and is the fastest growing independent firm featured in the survey. We recognise that as we grow we cannot compromise on quality and service, so bringing in a partner with Daniels' level of expertise will ensure we continue to offer a top class service to our clients. -Daniel's professional attitude and business expertise sits perfectly with BHP's approach and we look forward to seeing him really drive some of our key sectors forward. Daniel added -I am delighted to join BHP. I am passionate about Yorkshire, so to be part of the region's leading firm means a lot. I am looking forward to working with some the county's leading businesses and developing the firm's Leisure and Tourism team.

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