With record financial results announced last week, DMH Stallard has moved quickly to also confirm 19 promotions across the firm.
Described as ‘the largest single round of promotions in the history of the firm’, the appointments include new associates, senior associates and partners.
And as part of DMH Stallard’s programme to accelerate the development of partners into full equity, Helen Mead, Mark Rennie and Emily Wood become senior members, while Kerry Young and Sara McGrigor are promoted to intermediate members.
Richard Pollins, Managing Partner at DMH Stallard, said:
“I am so pleased and proud for everyone promoted.
“This is the largest single round of promotions in the history of the firm and reinforces our position as a firm that genuinely develops its people and continues to recognise and reward hard work and success.”
Pippa Marshall, Stuart Price, Jay Barnett, Cathryn Culverhouse, Jade Paine, Kay Miles, Michelle Broscombe and Chris Gleeson become senior associates, while Tyne Harman, Marissa Allen, Mo Ahmed, Sara Whittle, Katie Moscatelli and Alex Dawson are promoted to associates.
“It’s well known that we have attracted a significant number of new partners to the firm over recent years and that will continue, but it is particularly gratifying to see colleagues progressing internally and fulfilling their full potential in senior positions.”