Moore Thompson trains next generation of accountants

East of England-based accountants Moore Thompson has continued their commitment to training the next generation of professionals by taking on three new trainees in less than a month.

Glen Chuter, Gemma Frost and Corey Wiles have all joined the firm at the start of 2015 as the firm continues to enjoy success.

Glen Chuter and Gemma Frost have both taken up positions at the firm’s office in Spalding. Glen and Gemma will be working in the firm’s general accountancy team as trainees and will be studying towards their Association of Accountancy Technicians (AAT) qualification.

Corey Wiles will also handle tax accountancy tasks at Moore Thompson’s offices in Market Deeping while studying for an Association of Tax Advisers (ATT). All three trainees will now undertake a period of training before undertaking professional exams.

Mark Hildred, Managing Partner at Moore Thompson, said: “It is always nice to welcome new people to the firm. At Moore Thompson we are highly committed to our staff and are constantly providing training and advice to ensure we maintain a high-quality service for all of our clients.

“I wish them the best of luck with their appointments and look forward to hearing about their future exam success.”

Gill Waterland has also joined the firm’s Wisbech office as their new payroll manager. She will be working with the rest of Moore Thompson’s payroll team to deliver a first-class services to the firm’s diverse range of clients.