Phil Beverly is made Partner with Streets

Posted on 28th April 2016 by Streets

Image to represent Phil Beverly is made Partner with Streets

We are delighted to announce that Phil Beverly has been made a Partner.

Phil joined the firm as a Tax Director at our Bedford (Wyboston Lakes) office just over 18 months ago. In this time he has a played a key role in looking after the tax advisory needs of private clients, partnerships and corporate entities.

Commenting on his promotion, Streets Chairman and Managing Partner Paul Tutin, said: “Phil’s promotion acknowledges the key role he has played not only in terms of the work he undertakes for clients but also the role he plays as part of the senior team involved in developing the office and firm, not only in the local area but across Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire too. 

“We have and continue to see a growth locally in terms of new clients and new work, certainly much of this is down to the high level and specialist advice Phil, along with his fellow partners, offer.”

On being made a Partner, Phil Beverly said: “I'm really pleased at being promoted to Partner with Streets. I took the jump to Streets on the back of the Chairman's enthusiasm, clarity and direct approach when we first met. Having come from a UK top 5 firm focussed on the corporate rather than the people behind the business, I was refreshed by the personal approach to clients and the staff dedication at Streets.

“It has enthused me and I am enjoying getting to know the clients here. I'm looking forward to meeting more clients and getting out, looking to increase our presence in the community and let people know what a great, wide-ranging team we have here.”

Phil Beverly is one of seven Tax Partners and Directors across the Streets practice. His particular area of specialism is private client tax planning and works with individuals, partnerships, trusts, High Net Worth clients and owner-managed businesses.

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