Crowe appoints four new partners in UK teams

30 April 2024 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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International accounting and consulting firm Crowe has appointed four new partners across its UK offices.

Kay Monks has over a decade of experience working closely with domestic businesses and international groups looking to expand into the UK market and guiding them through each stage of their business lifecycle – from formation to growth and market exits.

A member of the Business Solutions practice of Crowe, Monks also helps clients address matters such as global growth, accounting and tax compliance, working capital and operational requirements.

Crowe appoints four new partners in UK teams

Monks specialises in working with retail and e-commerce companies, particularly direct to consumer brands, as well as with asset management, motorsport, tech and media businesses.

Sarah Riches has been promoted to partner in the Corporate Audit division. She has over 13 years of experience providing audit support to businesses across many industries, having worked on major international groups including those listed on the FTSE and AIM markets and large private clients.

Having joined Crowe in 2021, Riches has extensive experience working with both IFRS and UK GAAP clients in the professional services, consumer, and real estate sectors.

Tim Robinson has been part of Crowe’s Forensics practice since 2017, providing specialist help to organisations in a range of industries, ensuring they are accurately protected against the latest manifestations of cybercrime and fraud. He works closely with his clients to build and maintain resilience, specialising in cyber strategy, cyber vulnerability management, fraud investigations, data analytics and training.

Robinson has a broad array of clients in different sectors, including pension schemes, corporates, financial services, manufacturing and energy organisations and social purpose and non-profits.

Helen Blundell joined Crowe last year and now makes the step up to the partner team of the Social Purpose and Non Profit practice. She brings more than 20 years of experience, working closely with a diverse range of clients from local charities to organisations operating nationally and internationally.

Her advisory work has included governance reviews, corporate structures, and registration support across a range of sub-sectors, including faith-based groups, heritage charities, health and welfare, education, and art organisations. She also has extensive experience with audits and independent examinations.

Crowe is a global professional services firm offering audit, tax, and advisory services. The firm ranks among the top 10 players in the landscape, both in the UK and worldwide.