Manchester-based chartered accountancy and business advisory firm Freedman Frankl & Taylor has promoted Adam Caplan to partner.
Adam, 31, joined fft as a trainee in August 2007 and qualified in 2010. He was promoted to manager in 2013.
He heads the firm’s dedicated department which provides payroll services and auto enrolment pensions advice to clients across the country.
Adam, a married father-of-four, also advises owner-managed businesses and charities in relation to accountancy, audit and tax matters.
He said: “I’m delighted to be promoted to partner at fft and look forward to playing my part in ensuring we continue to grow the practice in the coming years.”
The firm, which is based in Reedham House, King Street West in Manchester city centre, serves a client base which ranges from entrepreneurial start-ups to international businesses.
It is a member of the UK200 Group, an association of independent chartered accountants and law firms. It is also part of the International Association of Practising Accountants.
Adam becomes fft’s fourth partner alongside Robert Frankl, Ian Sluckis and Andrew Cohen. The firm has 40 staff, with Keith Taylor as a consultant.
Robert Frankl said: “Adam is an extremely talented individual with great technical expertise, a common sense approach and a determination to provide the highest level of service to clients.
“These qualities have given rise to his promotions, culminating in this appointment. We are all delighted that he has continued his progression in the practice and has achieved partner status.”