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Leonard Curtis promotes 15 people


Leonard Curtis Business Solutions Group has promoted 15 people as it continues to reward talent and strengthen its operations.

Leonard Curtis promotes 15 people


"We will continue to invest in supporting, training and developing talent to ensure we provide the best advice and services to our clients. "
Nicky Mitchell, HR Director



The ambitious firm confirmed that four of the 15 were promotions to Director level, including Paula Castle, who has been made Brand and Communications Director and Jennifer Moore who takes up a Director position within Leonard Curtis Legal for the first time.

Amy Mehers has become a Director within the personal insolvency team in Bury and Andy John takes up his Director post as head of the Group’s Hertfordshire office.

Elsewhere, specialist professionals across the Group’s offices and divisions have been recognised, including Ric Miller who becomes Senior Manager in debt advisory, Vicky Pitts who moves to Associate Director in the Group-wide compliance team, lawyer Deborah Hooton who becomes Senior Associate at Leonard Curtis Legal and Alana Mills, who has been promoted to Senior Business Development Manager.

In a number of other moves Taibah Rehman has been made a Senior Solicitor in the legal team, Anthony Bailey takes on more responsibility in the Liverpool office as Manager, Emma Edgar and Laura Hutchinson are both promoted in Bury to Assistant Manager and Supervisor respectively, Lucy Abbott becomes Assistant Manager in Birmingham, Alnur Miah takes up a Supervisor role in Preston and Amy Nelson has been promoted to Senior Administrator in Leeds.

Group Director Daniel Booth said: "We recognise that the greatest asset in our business is our employees. As 2020 marks our 25th year in business we’re delighted to report record performances in the last 12 months and it’s our team of 240 people across our 19 offices we have to thank for this. 

“On behalf of the business, we would like to say congratulations on those who have earned well-deserved promotions and wish them all best for the future.”

HR Director Nicky Mitchell added: “We will continue to invest in supporting, training and developing talent to ensure we provide the best advice and services to our growing client base. We’re also increasing opportunities for those entering the professional services sector with more openings for graduates and apprentices.”

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