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Duo join Sheridan Maine

Duo join Sheridan Maine

&middot    Senior appointments signal growth

Sheridan Maine, the specialist accountancy and finance recruitment consultancy, has made two new appointments.

Matt Horne has joined the company to head up its Professional Services division. His role will include developing specialist recruitment into Public Practice.  Matt previously worked at Barclay Meade where he was operations manager and headed up its Public Practice division.

Alan Kelly also joins Sheridan Maine as a senior consultant, and will be working in the Professional Services division.  He has previously worked at Reed Recruitment and Barclay Meade.  Matt and Alan have nearly 20 years’ combined experience recruiting at middle and senior management levels across a wide range of disciplines including audit, tax, risk, corporate finance, insolvency, recovery & restructuring, forensics, general practice, outsourcing and internal audit.

In addition, the Professional Services division also specialises in the areas of audit and tax for candidates looking to make the transition from Public Practice into commerce & industry.

Matt and Alan will be responsible for growing the Professional Services division covering the south/south east at Sheridan Maine, with a particular remit to work alongside Brent Slocombe who manages the Public Practice across the south west.  

Brent Slocombe said:  “Matt and Alan have a track record in providing specialist support and advice to a broad range of clients including the Big 4 and Top 20 professional services firms, and smaller boutique practices across the south of the UK.   They will enhance our service offering in the market which will benefit our clients and candidates across the private and public sector.”

David Heron, managing director of Sheridan Maine, said:  “These appointments are a statement of our intent to grow our professional services division.   This is a buoyant market for us, and demand for specialist roles will contribute to our growth in 2013 and beyond.”



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