Our firm is delighted to announce the appointment of Harriet Hodgson-Grove, Khiet Cheung and Tracey Moore as partners.
Colin Wright, our chairman, comments: “We’re delighted to welcome three new members into our London and Kent partnerships. All three have earned their places through the contributions they have made to the firm. We all look forward to them playing an even more central role over the coming years.”
Tracey Moore has been promoted to partner after having joined our Kent office as a director in September 2019. Based across their Kent offices, Tracey specialises in advising charities and not-for-profit organisations and has been head of the National Charities and NFP group since the start of 2020.
Tracey's career includes working for top-30 firms BDO, Moore Stephens, Chantrey Vellacott and Haysmacintyre. Her diverse portfolio of not-for-profit clients includes large national charities as well as regional charities, schools and membership associations.
Tracey said: "UHY Hacker Young has a great reputation and track record in serving the charity and not-for-profit sectors. I’m looking forward to contributing to growing that even further as a partner.”
Harriet Hodgson-Grove has been appointed as an audit partner in our London office, where she has progressed through the ranks since joining as a graduate in 2011. After achieving her ACA qualification with UHY in late 2015, Harriet has gone on to become an integral part of the senior leadership team, providing clients and colleagues with valuable and insightful advice.
Harriet’s expertise is wide-ranging, serving clients in sectors including hospitality, property, natural resources and not-for-profit. Harriet’s experience also extends to working on Corporation Tax compliance issues for both small companies and larger groups. To the promotion, Harriet commented: “Having started my career with the firm over a decade ago, I’m delighted to take on more responsibility as a partner.”
Khiet Cheung has become a Technical & Training Partner in our London office, having joined UHY as a Technical & Training Senior Manager in January 2020. Prior to joining UHY, she spent 9 years at Grant Thornton in its national audit technical department, having also previously worked at EY.
As part of the Technical & Training team, Khiet has made a leading contribution to UHY Hacker Young’s focus on audit quality. Our firm has invested heavily in its audit systems and processes in recent years, with Khiet playing a central role in delivering the project. This includes the successful introduction of a major new knowledge management platform at the firm and a substantial change in its technical training.
Khiet Cheung on the partner promotion: "I joined UHY Hacker Young for the opportunity to lead change. The firm has supported me every step of the way in delivering the audit quality project and I’m thrilled to join the partnership.”