Leading accountants and business advisers Cassons have added five new staff to their team as the firm continues to expand.
The fresh-faced recruits are all beginning their careers in the profession with the Haslingden-based firm.
Jonathan Whittle is the youngest of the new starters, joining Cassons after completing his A-levels at St Christopher’s CE High School in Accrington. He takes up the role of trainee accountant in the accountancy and business advice team.
Dominic Whiteside strengthens the bar team at Cassons’ Manchester office as a tax assistant, having recently gained a degree in Business and Economics at Salford University.
Lancaster University graduate Cory Stewart completed a two week placement with the firm last year, and returns to join the audit and accounts team after graduating from Lancaster University with a degree in Accounting, Finance and Mathematics.
Student Adam Dennis is taking a year out of his Business Management degree in Bristol to take on a one-year placement with the payroll team.
Completing the lineup graduate Dominic Sanzari is a new addition to the tax department having recently completed his degree at Chester University.
Les Nutter, Managing Partner of Cassons said: “We are delighted to welcome so many new faces to the Cassons team. Jonathan, Dom, Cory, Adam and Dominic have already shown great promise within their respective teams and we look forward to seeing their careers grow and develop.”