Fiona Hotston Moore of Ensors shortlisted in British Accountancy Awards

Fiona Hotston Moore of Ensors Chartered Accountants.

Fiona Hotston Moore of Ensors Chartered Accountants. - Credit: Archant

Fiona Hotston Moore, a partner at Ensors Chartered Accountants, has been shortlisted for the Practitioner of the Year title at this year’s British Accountancy Awards.

Fiona, who is one the country’s leading forensic accountants and tax writers, had to demonstrate her prowess in the four key areas of professionalism, measurable success, innovation and as a role model.

Danny Clifford, managing partner at Ensors, which has offices in Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Ipswich and Saxmundham, said: ““Fiona has excellent technical knowledge but what sets her apart is her ability to strike up a close relationship with the client enabling her to fully understand the needs of their business.

“This sort of close involvement means that the technical knowledge can be used to provide proactive, relevant and timely advice.”

The awards will bne announced at a black tie ceremony taking place on November 24 at The Brewery venue in central London.


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