Price Bailey makes four further senior-level promotions

Four promotions at Price Bailey

Pictured from left to right Maria Marsh, Shaun Jordan, Simon Lloyd and Suzanne Goldsmith

In addition to the recent announcement of Anna Harvey and Chand Chudasama’s promotion to partner, Price Bailey has promoted Maria Marsh, Shaun Jordan, Simon Lloyd and Suzanne Goldsmith to Senior Manager with effect from 1 April. 

Maria Marsh joined the Norwich Corporate team from PwC in February 2015 and has been a driving force in the continued development of the team, as well as the overall service offering and external presence of Price Bailey in the Norfolk market.

Shaun Jordan joined Price Bailey in Ely over 10 years ago and since qualifying in 2013 has progressed his career within the Cambridge Corporate team and practice-wide. He will continue to focus on the development of the Professional Practice offering of the firm and alternative routes to attract new clients in this sector.

Simon Lloyd is an integral part of the Corporate team with long-standing experience of successfully managing a large and complex portfolio including the firm’s SRA portfolio. With his technical expertise and consistently high standard of client service, Simon plays a key role in the management of the Bishop’s Stortford Corporate team and is instrumental in the continued development of this.

Suzanne Goldsmith joined Price Bailey’s Cambridge office in 2014 to work alongside Not For Profit (NFP) Partner, Helena Wilkinson. With over 20 years’ experience in NFP and charities as an auditor, Suzanne is recognised across the firm as one of Price Bailey’s key Charities specialists and continues to develop the firm’s presence in this sector.

These promotions see Price Bailey’s Corporate Management team support the growth in the department as well as strengthen our succession across all offices.          

 

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