PKF Francis Clark appoints Mandy Reynolds Director of Marketing

02 March 2020 2 min. read
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PKF Francis Clark has appointed Mandy Reynolds as the firm’s new Director of Marketing. Reynolds arrives having held the same role at Stephens Scown, and with more than 20 years of professional experience including a decade with KPMG.

Named after founder Francis S Clark more than a century ago, the consulting firm now known as PKF Francis Clark has grown across the south and south west, with offices in Exeter, Torquay, Poole, Plymouth, Salisbury, Taunton, Truro and Bristol. Part of the international PKF network since 2016, the company states on its website that the alliance has meant “we can better support clients here in the UK and around the world, especially those with international and cross border interests.”

As the company looks to strengthen its brand on a global basis, it has installed Mandy Reynolds as its new Director of Marketing. Having worked in professional services for more than two decades, Reynolds brings a wealth of experience to the role, with a marketing track record extending wider than just professional services, including managerial positions at advertising agencies, representing major brands such as NHS, Xerox and several national house builders.

PKF Francis Clark appoints Mandy Reynolds Director of Marketing

Managing Partner from PKF Francis Clark, Andrew Richards, commented, “We’re really thrilled that Mandy is joining our team. We have known her for a number of years and seen what a great job she has done at Stephens Scown. We have been impressed with her work and are certain she will help us to further develop our offering.”

Earlier in her career, Reynolds spend 10 years with KPMG, where she headed up sales and marketing for the Big Four firm’s South Business Unit, comprising five offices. She was responsible for working with the Senior Partner to write the marketing strategy and galvanise the team on the ground to implement campaigns and activity. She then spent a further 10 years with Stephens Scown, where she was Director of Marketing. As a Board member there, Reynolds was instrumental in changing the firm’s culture, improving its employee engagement and raising its brand profile, resulting in the doubling of turnover in six years.

Reynolds commented, “I am excited by this new challenge and am looking forward to making a difference in my new role. I have worked alongside PKF Francis Clark in the past and have always enjoyed the contact with the firm. It feels like a natural progression for the next stage of my career and I’ve been given a wonderful warm welcome.”