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Bishop Fleming promotes a trio of directors to partner

Isobel Savage

The accounting firm Bishop Fleming has promoted Isobel Savage, Nathan Coughlin and John Talbot to the partnership to help meet increasing demand for its services.

Savage, the former tax director in the firm’s Exeter office, has previously worked for the Big 4 accountancy firms, has a solid commercial and an extensive technical background. She is experienced in working with owner-managed businesses, corporate goals and planning.

Coughlan, former audit director in the firm’s Plymouth office, specialises in auditing companies and non-profit organisations, and has also previously worked for a Big 4 firm.

A former audit director in Bishop Fleming’s Bath office, Talbot brings his almost 20 years of accounting and auditing experience covering commercial sectors such as technology, professional services, manufacturing, leisure and hospitality, start-up businesses and non-profit organisations.

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