Accountancy firm adds to management team

By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 23 Apr 2019

LEADING independent accountancy firm Forrester Boyd has promoted two of its staff to manager level.

Aimee Appleton and Royal Deb have stepped up, in Grimsby and Scunthorpe, respectively.

It comes as the practice has been shortlisted in the 2019 Northern Lincolnshire Business Awards for the Training Excellence Award.

Aimee joined the firm as a trainee accountant in 2005 after studying for A-levels at Franklin College.

She manages the outsourcing team, who deal with bookkeeping, payroll and company secretarial work.

She also deals with the compliance of small companies. In her spare time she enjoys playing netball for the Forrester Boyd team, spending time with her family and catching up with friends.

Royal joined the company 11 years ago after graduating from University of Lincoln with an accounting and business degree, having grown up in the area, attending High Ridge Comprehensive School, now the St Lawrence Academy. He qualified as a chartered certified accountant in 2014 and now manages a varied portfolio of clients including small companies, partnerships and sole traders, audit clients and also specialises in the education sector.

Away from his desk, he enjoys playing football, keeping fit and socialising with friends and family.

Vicky Lamb has also been appointed as an assistant manager in Grimsby. She grew up in the town and attended Tollbar Academy, going on to gain a first class degree from the University of Liverpool in 2009.

Following further studies, she joined the practice in 2011 and qualified as a chartered accountant in 2014.

Today, she manages a diverse portfolio of SMEs across a variety of sectors. She is also a volunteer with the Girl Guides, and enjoys baking and following Grimsby Town.



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