Deloitte has strengthened its regional team across Cambridge and Ipswich with a new partner and three new director promotions. These form part of the latest round of promotions in Cambridge, the South East and across the UK where there have been 79 new partners and 219 directors promoted.
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Neil Clements has been promoted to partner in the Economics Advisory team. Neil set up the team in Cambridge in 2018 and together with another 8 Cambridge based economists they form part of a group of 50 across the UK firm. Neil has a particular focus on the TMT sector and works with Tech and Telco clients, with digital technologies and 5G being particularly prevalent currently.
Terry Roberts, Kat Fish and Jeffrie Mann have been promoted to directors within the tax team.
Terry focusses on tax compliance and advisory work for individuals with a particular interest in private equity executives and private equity funds.
Kat leads Deloitte’s tax focus on fast growth companies in the region and supports entrepreneurs and companies though transformative lifecycle events, particularly IPOs and private equity deals.
Jeffrie is part of Deloitte’s Global Trade Advisory team and has supported the development of Deloitte’s Global Trade Bureau (GTB) customs compliance offering based in Ipswich, from its inception in 2019. GTB offers support to clients in managing their customs import and export requirements as well as supporting complex customs authorisation management, clients are from across all industry sectors from Energy & Resources to Consumer Product & Retail. Jeffrie has a background in Customs import/export matters and freight forwarding & logistics.
Paul Schofield, Practice Senior Partner of the South East East, said: "It is always pleasing to recognise talent, hard work and dedication and I am delighted for the team who have such a wide range of knowledge and experience to bring to our regional clients.
"After the initial impacts of the pandemic, recovery, albeit in some but not all sectors, has been rapid. We see increasing demands for our specialist services and Cambridge and Ipswich in particular are locations where we are hiring to support our clients’ growth.”
Image: Neil Clements, Kat Fish, Terry Roberts and Jeffrie Mann
The Deloitte Cambridge office comprises 8 Partners and over 250 staff who deliver a full range of professional services to the East Anglian region. As well as focussing on the life sciences and technology sectors for which the region has become so renowned, the office has long standing specialisms in other sectors including the professions, consumer business, food and agribusiness.