James Cowper Kreston welcomes new Joint Managing Partners
Inward investment services partner to the Chamber, James Cowper Kreston (JCK) recently welcomed Alex Peal and Sue Staunton into their roles as Joint Managing Partners.
A Thames Valley based company, and a proven alternative to the larger accountancy firms, JCK provides advice to more than 100 international groups from a large range of sectors, including technology, electronics, film and entertainment, and manufacturing based across many markets.
Commenting on their new roles, Sue Staunton observes:
“Now, more than ever, we are living in a fast paced, ever changing and uncertain world and we need to ensure that we are responsive to our clients’ and our of course our own needs that will help support the continued economic success and prosperity of the Thames Valley.
“We share a common vision which ensures a collaborative approach, both within JCK and in supporting our clients and wider business community in the region, to ensure we are best placed to take our firm and clients through these difficult times and that we will all be in the strongest position possible for when some sort of ‘normality’ resumes.”
Alex Peal adds:
“JCK have always been and will remain strong partners to the Chamber in promoting the Thames Valley region as the investment location of choice. Our specialist International Services Team has extensive experience in helping businesses come to the UK and Thames Valley. Together we offer bespoke, informed advice to foreign-owned companies and investors wishing to move into the region and UK marketplace, as well as those already here and looking to expand into the region.”
Reacting to the news, the Chamber’s CEO, Paul Britton said:
“Congratulations to Sue and Alex on their new roles. Leaders in their fields and champions for the Thames Valley, we know JCK will continue to provide the highest standards of support, insight and business advice to foreign direct investors looking to invest in the Thames Valley. We value our partnership with JCK and the invaluable contribution they continue to make to the success of the Thames Valley inward investment story.”