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Ipswich and Bury St Edmunds-based accountants shortlisted for national sector accolade

PUBLISHED: 13:51 24 July 2018 | UPDATED: 13:51 24 July 2018

Fiona Hotson Moore

Fiona Hotson Moore

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A Suffolk and Cambridgeshire-based accountancy firm said it was “thrilled” to be shortlisted for an industry award.

Ensors Chartered Accountants is in the running for the Mid-Tier Firm of the Year award (with turnover between £10m-£25m) at the British Accountancy Awards 2018.

To qualify, the firm had to demonstrate how it added significant value to clients across all service areas and show how its services had been fundamental in enabling clients to achieve their specific business goals, increase revenues and satisfy and delight customers.

This is the fourth consecutive year that it has been shortlisted. In 2017, forensic accounting partner, Fiona Hotston Moore, scooped the Partner of the Year award. “We are beyond thrilled to be shortlisted for this award again. The firm has worked extremely hard over the past year and we’re delighted to be recognised at a national level,” she said.


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