Moore Kingston Smith new partner Jonathan Aikens to non-profit team

26 October 2022 1 min. read
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Moore Kingston Smith has announced the arrival of Jonathan Aikens in its non-profit team. Joining as a Partner, he will brings more than a decade of experience to the firm.

Moore Kingston Smith is a UK firm of accountants and business advisors, which has been helping clients since 1923. The company’s non-profit team provides audit and advisory services to more than 950 third-sector clients – who will be encountering increased pressure during a period of economic turbulence.

Looking to bolster its support for charities, non-profits and civil society organisations, Moore Kingston Smith has appointed Jonathan Aikens as a Partner. Boasting more than 10 years of experience and strong technical knowledge in the sector, Aikens has worked with many organisations across the charity and education segments, from start-ups to established organisations, including independent schools and healthcare associations.

Jonathan Aikens, Partner, Moore Kingston Smith

Speaking on his new position, Aikens said, “I’m delighted to join Moore Kingston Smith. The non-profit team is highly regarded within the sector and I look forward to working closely with my new clients. Particularly in the difficult circumstances we are experiencing, where solid financial advice makes all the difference.”

In the coming months, Aikens will work within the team to help non-profit organisations and charities develop their business models, raise funds effectively, build financial sustainability and measure and maximise impact. Services provided to clients include impact measurement, fundraising strategy and training courses.

Maureen Penfold, Managing Partner of Moore Kingston Smith, added, “It’s great to welcome Jonathan to join the firm’s leadership. As our reputation continues to grow, his range of experience with a multitude of organisations and comprehensive sector-specific knowledge will further bolster our expertise in the non-profit space”.