New partner for Mitchell Charlesworth

A new partner has been appointed at Liverpool accountancy firm Mitchell Charlesworth in the audit department

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Louise Casey and Richard Johnson of Mitchell Charlesworth


Liverpool accountancy firm Mitchell Charlesworth has promoted Louise Casey to partner.

Louise graduated with a degree in business and marketing, and then worked for an international bank prior to training for her ACA qualifications at a top 20 firm.

She joined Mitchell Charlesworth in 2012 and progressed to associate before being appointed head of audit for the practice in 2020. Based in the firm’s Liverpool office, Louise works with a variety of owner managed businesses and large corporate entities.

She plays a key role in the firm’s audit offering, and she leads the audit services for a number of complex groups, including supporting the financial reporting compliance for both IFRS and FRS clients.

Also heading up its social housing team, Louise has gained particular experience in the not-for-profit sector, including charities and academies. As head of audit, Louise supports the delivery of audit training, design and implementation of audit procedures and development and monitoring of quality control processes.

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“The last 10 years at Mitchell Charlesworth have been thoroughly enjoyable, with the variety of work, opportunities that have been created, and the wide-ranging client base I have been fortunate enough to work with,” said Louise.

“Since joining, I have been surrounded by driven, quality-focused peers who have supported my personal development, and instilled the firm’s core values into my approach to work.”

Richard Johnson, managing partner at Mitchell Charlesworth’s Liverpool office, added: “Since joining us in 2012, Louise has made a significant contribution to the growth and development of the business, and we are proud to recognise her hard work and commitment with this well-earned promotion and wish her continued success.”

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