A ‘Royal’ appointment at Scunthorpe accountancy firm

By Forrester Boyd | Posted: 17 Apr 2019

Forrester Boyd, one of the leading independent accountancy firms in the Lincolnshire and Humber region, is delighted welcome Royal Deb to the management team at their branch in Oswald Road.

Royal, now a manager grew up in the local area, attending High Ridge Comprehensive School (now the St. Lawrence Academy). He joined Forrester Boyd in 2008 after graduating from the University of Lincoln with a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in Accounting and Business. Through training with Forrester Boyd he went on to qualify as a Chartered Certified Accountant in July 2014 and today, manages a varied portfolio of clients including small companies, partnerships and sole traders and audit clients and also specialises in the education sector.

Whilst away from his desk, Royal enjoys playing football, keeping himself fit at the gym and socialising with friends and family.

Royal joins three other staff members who have joined the firms’ management team, two in the Grimsby office and one in the Louth office.

Neil Williams, partner at the Scunthorpe office commented; “High calibre employees are the key Forrester Boyd’s continued success.  We are creating a long-term benefit for our business as well as our clients by investing in the training and development of new members to our team.

It is also pleasing to recruit from local schools and colleges so that we can continue our ethos of offering our training packages to people from our home region who are setting out on their career to earn worldwide recognised qualifications and also remain closely involved in their community and its economy.”

Forrester Boyd is the largest regional independent accountancy practice in the region and recognised as one of the Top 50 practices in the UK. With the addition of the Wealth Management services offered, the firm offers clients a one-stop-shop for financial support and business advice.

The firm has just been shortlisted in the 2019 Northern Lincolnshire Business Awards for the Training Excellence Award which reflects the success of its training programme.

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