Local Award Winning Accountancy Firm Promotes Client Manger to Director after Bringing in the Trophies at Sevenoaks Business Awards
Sevenoaks accountancy firm, Lakeview, based at St Clere Estate in Kemsing, has promoted Adrian Hull to the position of Director after his success in growing a significant new client base for the business.
After a winning year at the local business awards where the firm picked up Customer Choice Award and Apprentice of the Year, Adrian Hull has been offered a newly created role as the Solicitors Accounts and Audit Director, starting immediately.
The firm feel passionately about developing upcoming talent and a key part of Adrian’s role will be to continue to ensure the high quality of the apprenticeship scheme that has just seen the firm win Apprentice of the year, awarded to Peter Roper, who lives in Sevenoaks with his family.
Angela Dadson, Managing Director at Lakeview comments, “Given Adrian’s ability to delight clients, he has been granted the scope to fully utilise his acumen, skills and experience that will bring something new to the table for his clients. After winning the Customer Choice Award we’ve seen an influx of business helping us to grow incredibly fast and we’re very keen to build on our strong local reputation by expanding our top team with talented individuals.”
Adrian Hull, newly appointed Director at Lakeview comments, “With its nurturing culture, committed and experienced team and excellent location, there’s a clear opportunity for Lakeview to challenge the dominance of the large London-based accountancy firms in the future and I see preparing the business for this as a core part of my position as director. As I take on this new challenge, I thank Angela and Elizabeth for their confidence in me, and commit myself to serving my clients and this business with energy, enthusiasm and distinction, so that together we can achieve the ambitious goals we have set ourselves for local and London businesses.”
Adrian is a father of two girls and in his spare time is involved in the Holcombe Hockey Club as a player and umpire, as well as volunteering for the Kent Hockey Association as Treasurer.