Friday September 28 2018

Accountancy firm HURST takes a bow at the Royal Exchange

Theatre joins growing client base in leisure sector

Accountancy firm HURST takes a bow at the Royal Exchange

Accounting and business advisory firm HURST has secured the Royal Exchange Theatre Company as a client following a competitive tender.

HURST will provide audit services to the Royal Exchange as well as preparing tax returns and advising on Theatre Tax Relief claims.

The HURST team advising the Royal Exchange will be led by business services partner Helen Besant-Roberts, supported by tax partner Rachel Murphy and business services manager Anna Godwin.

Helen said: “The Royal Exchange is a high-profile Manchester institution and we are delighted to have the opportunity to support the theatre company by providing our services.”

The leisure sector is an area of increasing focus for HURST as the firm expands its client base. Other clients in the sector include Lancashire County Cricket Club, Chill Factore and a range of hotel, venue and events businesses.

Chief executive Tim Potter said: “We have worked hard to develop our expertise in this sector and it is great that so many of Manchester’s best-known venues are recognising the added value that HURST can offer.”

Barry James, director of finance and administration at the Royal Exchange Theatre, said: “We were greatly impressed with HURST during our tender process and were struck by the firm’s track record of providing high-quality audit and business support services to a wide variety of clients.

“We very much look forward to working with the team in the coming years.”

Pictured left to right are Rachel Murphy, Helen Besant-Roberts, Barry James and Anna Godwin.

"We were greatly impressed with HURST during our tender process"
Barry James

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