Two new managers at Hawsons Chartered Accountants

19th July 2016

Hawsons Chartered Accountants are pleased to announce the appointments of Mark Cousins as a manager within the firm's Doncaster Office and Will Amos as a manager within its Northampton office, effective from 1 July 2016.

Mark Cousins appointed as Audit Manager in Hawsons' Doncaster office Mark has 20 years' experience in the accounting profession qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in 1999 in Grimsby. He moved to Sheffield to join Holmes Widlake and this firm merged with Hawsons in November 2013. Mark is now an FCA and has a mixed portfolio of clients but is mainly engaged in acting for the firms' larger corporate assignments. He has a young family and when he has spare time his interests include Grimsby Town, sport in general and 10k running. Will Amos appointed as Corporate Services Manager in Hawsons' Northampton office Will trained and qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Hawsons at the Northampton office. Over that time he has been responsible for providing audit, accountancy and tax services to a wide range of corporate clients, partnerships, sole traders and charities. His experience also enables him to advise clients on a wide range of business matters.

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