Mital Shah joins Moore Kingston Smith as Partner

03 February 2022 1 min. read
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Multidisciplinary professional services firm Moore Kingston Smith has announced the appointment of Mital Shah as a Partner. Shah has joined the firm’s growing audit team effective from the end of January.

Maureen Penfold, Managing Partner of Moore Kingston Smith, said of the news, “It’s a pleasure to welcome Mital to the firm, his calibre of expertise will further strengthen our ability to meet client demand in the larger audit space as our team continues to grow.”

Shah brings over 20 years of expertise in various professional services sectors. These include financial services, hospitality, technology, and property. With extensive knowledge of international and complex group audits, he also has expertise in auditing of level three investments and regulatory reporting - PIEs and AIM. Based between Moore Kingston Smith’s Heathrow and City offices, Shah’s focus will be on corporate audits, working closely with AIM and fully listed companies and groups, as well as owner-managed SMEs.

Mital Shah, Partner, Moore Kingston Smith

Prior to life with Moore Kingston Smith, Shah has been involved in due diligence investigations for clients in relation to acquisitions and IPOs, and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). He was most recently a Director with UHY Hacker Young, and was also a Senior Audit Manager with RSM.

Commenting on his role via his personal LinkedIn, Shah remarked, “Everyone has made me feel so very welcome and I am looking forward to working with the general practice and the corporate client services teams to help our clients thrive. Excited to be a part of this ambitious firm, contributing to the future success of the business along with my fellow Partners and our talented team.”

With over 60 partners and more than 600 staff based in and around London, Moore Kingston Smith is the London firm of the Moore UK network. The independent advisory and accounting firm is also part of the Moore Global Network, an international family made up of over 30,000 people across more than 100 countries.