Moore Kingston Smith promotes five partners across practices

03 May 2024 2 min. read
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Moore Kingston Smith has welcomed five new partners across its different practices.

The London-based member firm of national accounting and consulting firm Moore has bolstered its partner ranks with Anna Matveeva, Francesca Robe, Joseph Adunse, Katherine Edwards and Nicki Savill.

The firm’s managing partner Matt Meadows said the promotions reflect the “hard work and ongoing dedication” as well as “outstanding client service” of the five professionals, adding that Moore Kingston Smith was proud to welcome new leaders from its own ranks.

Anna Matveeva, Francesca Robe, Joseph Adunse, Katherine Edwards and Nicki Savill

Anna Matveeva is an audit partner working with domestic and international clients across sectors including technology, recruitment, manufacturing, retail, sports and leisure. Her focus is medium and large groups with UK and international subsidiaries, or medium-sized entities that form part of the larger group.

Francesca Robe is a partner in the media office, supporting owner-managed businesses, from start-ups to international groups. With extensive experience and knowledge in the marketing services and media sectors, she provides audit, accounting, tax and advisory services, as well as delivering employee incentive schemes, strategic growth and valuation projects.

Joseph Adunse is a partner in the tax team advising private clients on the UK tax areas affecting them. Working with individuals, business owners, multigenerational families and trustees, he assists them in navigating matters arising in various scenarios such as relocating to the UK, planning a move abroad, succession, and managing assets and business interests both locally and overseas.

Katherine Edwards is a partner in the general practice team. Audit-focused, she works with a broad range of entrepreneurial, owner-managed businesses across a variety of industries. This includes UK-based and international groups, most of which have external funds such as private equity or investment from other sources.

Nicki Savill is a partner leading the outsourcing team, working with businesses of all sizes and stages. With over 25 years of experience and industry knowledge spanning real estate, fintech, professional services, and the hospitality and nonprofit sectors, she harnesses emerging technologies to provide solutions across clients’ financial and reporting systems.

Founded in 1923, Moore Kingston Smith has over 75 partners and 700 people based across six offices in and around London.