Rory is the Latest Recruit at one of the UK’s Fastest Growing Media Accountancy Practices

Posted on 4th October 2017 by Streets

Image to represent Rory is the Latest Recruit at one of the UK’s Fastest Growing Media Accountancy Practices

As one of the UK’s few specialist media accountancy practices, we have welcomed new recruit Rory Colhoun to our team. Rory joins the firm as a Director having qualified with a Top 20 UK practice where he developed his specialist knowledge of the media sector.

Rory will play an instrumental role in looking after Streets Media’s growing portfolio of clients which includes, freelancers, performance acts and film and post house production companies, many of whom are located in London’s west end or at the film studios in and around the capital city.

Commenting on Rory’s appointment Ian Croft, Managing Director at Streets Media Chartered Accountants, said: “We are delighted to have been able to attract and recruit Rory. We have and continue to enjoy growth in our business, much of which has come about through our understanding of clients in the sector and our ability to offer them the service and approach they need from their professional financial advisers. Rory’s experience along with his passion and interest for the media industry will be real asset to us as we continue to develop our business.

“Whilst we look after clients across the UK, London continues to be a focal point for us and as such we are delighted that Rory will be joining the team working from our new office located in Mayfair, and London’s West End.”

When asked about his new role and what it meant to him, Rory Colhoun, said: “I am very excited about the opportunities provided to me by joining Streets Media Chartered Accountants. I have followed with interest the development of the practice for some time and it certainly seems to have earned an enviable reputation and worthy profile amongst those in the industry.

“It is a great opportunity for me to join the firm at a time of continued development and expansion. It is particularly pleasing to be working with a firm that offers the broader range of services, especially in terms of tax and financial planning that are specifically tailored to the needs of those engaged in media and entertainment.”

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