CLB Coopers welcomes back Ryan Wear to the team
The Lancaster office of accountancy & advisory firm, CLB Coopers, has welcomed back former trainee, Ryan Wear, who re-joins the firm as a senior manager.Ryan originally trained with CLB Coopers and, after nine years with KPMG in the UK and USA, he is heading back to the firm’s Lancaster office to work with its audit team.
Speaking of his appointment, Ryan said: “The opportunity to rejoin CLB Coopers was just too good to turn down. Having previously trained with the firm, I have always kept a keen eye on its development and over the years have seen it go from strength to strength in terms of its people, its offering and its client base.Once you spend time with the Partners and staff of CLB Coopers, you will see why they are held in such high regard in the market. The level of quality at which the firm operates is second to none and its comprehensive offering in terms of audit, tax and corporate finance & advisory is only matched by the quality in its existing client base.”
Ryan’s appointment comes after a number of other notable successes for the firm in recent months. It has been appointed to work with even more Lancaster and North Lancashire-based businesses, adding to the many local clients that already work with the firm. It has also had other new members join its growing audit, business services and tax teams as the firm continues to focus on providing a range of specialist accountancy and advisory services to businesses and their owners in the local area.Tony Whiteway, partner at CLB Coopers, said: “Thanks to the continued support from the local businesses we work with, the professional networks and our dedicated team, we continue to go from strength to strength. "We are delighted that Ryan is coming back to CLB Coopers; his re-joining our team can only enhance the service we are able to give to our valued clients. We pride ourselves on providing great client service and building strong relationships with the business owners we work with and strengthening our team will mean we can improve this even further.”