Acquisition leads to expansion and key appointment

Posted on 21st November 2018 by Streets


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Streets Mark Carr, was formed earlier this year following our acquisition of the Brighton and Hove accountancy firm Mark Carr & Co.


Whilst still only early days for the ‘new’ business, Streets Mark Carr has, through access to additional services and increased business and marketing support, seen an increase in demand for its services.  The practice typically, but not exclusively, looks after clients from with the entertainment industry both locally and in London.    

To help meet the needs of new clients in the sector but also those locally engaged in tourism, property and technology, Streets Mark Carr is delighted to announce the appointment of Tom Mills, as a Director of General Practice.

Tom, who is a Fellow Chartered Accountant, has worked for a well-established local firm and is widely known and respected for looking after the financial and tax advisory needs of private clients and owner managed businesses.

Commenting on Tom’s appointment, Mark Carr, Director, said: “We are especially pleased to have secured Tom in this new role with the firm. Tom not only has good knowledge of the needs of local businesses but also has experience of managing a dynamic and growing portfolio of clients.

“We believe he will be a true asset to us as we look to expand our practice to meet the needs of clients based in Brighton and Hove as well as across Sussex and the South East. We have continued to see demand from potential clients engaged in technology, property and tourism which Tom and the wider team are well placed to look after.”  

When asked what the new role means to him, Tom said: “I am really excited by my new role. Streets Mark Carr offers the chance for me to play a lead part in the development of a truly 21st century practice that focuses on the needs of clients not just in terms of compliance but also in broader terms with regards to financial and tax planning.

“I am also looking forward to being able to draw on my local knowledge of the business community to help grow the practice and firmly establish it as one of the leading firms.”


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