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Fellows Finance are a recruitment firm who focus on finding accountants and other finance staff predominantly for accountancy firms in the UK.
We are a subsidiary of recruitment firm Fellows and Associates, who have a long track record in the recruitment sector and within professional services specifically. With expertise in recruitment campaign management, search and selection and building client-specific strategies, we believe we can provide a bespoke resource to achieve your recruitment goals. We work on wide range of positions including audit, internal audit, forensic accounting, corporate finance, insolvency and tax and look for accountants who are fully qualified or part qualified through a number of different routes including ACCA, ACA or CTA.
From a candidate perspective we will aid you in every step of your career, providing considered, unpressured advice and working with you to find the best accountancy job for you. Moving jobs can be a daunting experience but we will try to make it as easy as possible providing as much (or as little) support as you need.
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