New partners at Hawsons

28th January 2015

A leading Sheffield-based accountancy firm has promoted two of its managers to partner status.

Scott Sanderson and David Owens took up their new roles with independent chartered accountants and specialist business advisers Hawsons, of Glossop Road, in January 2015. Scott has been with Hawsons for 15 years in the Sheffield office and specialises in the healthcare sector, including care homes, pharmacies, doctors and dentists. David has been with the firm for six years, the last two of these in the Northampton office where he has served a wide variety of clients across a number of industries, including both the legal and charity sectors. Martyn Weatherall, Hawsons' senior partner, said: "We are delighted to announce the appointments of Scott and David as partners in the firm. They will continue to assist in growing the firm's client base and expertise. This is a wonderful opportunity for Scott and David and is just reward for all their efforts over the years".

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