M+A Partners has seen some recent changes to its senior leadership team following the retirement of Managing Partner, Jeremy Robson, after sixteen years with the firm.
Jeremy joined Martin and Acock (as it was then) in 2006, and since then a new name, change of Norwich premises, growth at the Attleborough office and the addition of M+A Partners Cromer are just a few of the strategic moves he has managed.
Phil Webster has been appointed to the newly created role of Chief Operating Officer, overseeing the strategic and operational direction of the firm to enable the Partners and the wider M+A team to be as effective as possible in the delivery of their services to clients.
Jeremy Robson said:
“It has been a privilege and pleasure to have been at the helm of M+A Partners for the last 16 years. I hope that in some small way, I have done my bit for the firm and that I leave it well positioned to face the future and to continue to go from strength to strength.
None of what has been achieved could have happened without the wide help and support of so many and I would like to thank my fellow partners, staff and all of our clients who have been at the heart of what makes M+A Partners so special.
I wish Phil every success and I know that he will provide the leadership, stewardship and care that the firm needs in this next phase of its life”.
Phil Webster said:
“I am delighted to have joined M+A Partners in the role of Chief Operating Officer and to be able to carry on the work of our highly regarded Managing Partner, Jeremy.
I am looking forward to working with the talented team we have here at M+A, delivering our operational responsibilities whilst still being committed to the future development of the firm and our people – creating opportunities for progression and helping us to evolve to meet the changing requirements of the industry and future ambitions of our clients.”