Cowgill Holloway continues investment in young talent
Leading accountancy firm, Cowgill Holloway LLP, has recruited Dylan Fearon as a tax trainee within its tax team.
The appointment comes in a line of Cowgill’s initiatives as part of their ongoing commitment to developing young talent. Last September, the firm launched the Future Stars Programme, which is designed to give young talent an in-depth insight into the world of business and finance through a series of week-long placements.
Dylan joins the tax solutions department firm from a small accounting company where he was a trainee accountant. Dylan will be working towards his ATT qualification and once this is attained plans to take on the CTA exams.
Commenting on his appointment, Dylan said: “I was attracted to Cowgill Holloway because of the firm’s status as one of the biggest and most admired local firms in the North West. For me, a huge factor in joining the firm was the willingness to help me progress to the highest level thanks to the fantastic study support that is currently in place. In all honesty, this was by far the biggest attraction to me as I want to feel as though I am continuously developing and progressing.”
Lisa Wilson, partner at Cowgill, commented on the appointment: “As a company, we are dedicated to investing in local young people and working with them to develop their skills. Dylan will be a fantastic asset for the team. His ambition is admirable and we are eager to harness his enthusiasm and aptitude to deliver great results for our clients. We are confident that he has a bright future ahead of him and committed to helping him achieve it. The problem with accountancy, like other professional services is that it can often feel like a closed shop, but the bottom line is we’re looking for talent and enthusiasm. I would urge any ambitious individuals interested in embarking on a career in accountancy to contact us.”
Based in Bolton, with additional branches in Manchester and Liverpool, Cowgill Holloway are a leading, full service firm of accountants and business advisors. Their ongoing strategy to develop talent has seen a number of young people gain invaluable insights into the world of business and receive significant support in the early stages of their career.
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