Moore Thompson is making final preparations for its attendance at next week’s LAMMA show – the UK’s largest farm machinery, equipment and services event.
The accountancy firm has hosted a stand at the show for the last three years and 2017 promises to be one of the biggest and most important yet.
Andrew Heskin, a specialist in the finances of farmers and a partner, said: “The last year has created a significant amount of uncertainty in rural communities, particularly in regards to farm finance post-Brexit.
“We have already had a number of clients come to us for support and advice regarding future strategy and we will be at LAMMA on both days to pass our expertise on to the wider farming sector.
“We are really looking forward to once again meeting rural businesses at this show, so we would encourage everyone to come and find us to find out more about how we can assist them.”
The show is at the East of England Showground in Peterborough on Wednesday, and Thursday, January 18 and 19.
Meanwhile, Tim Martin has retired from his position as partner at the firm.
He has been with the firm since 2003 when his previous practice, WJ Ground & Co in Spalding, was acquired by Moore Thompson. He will continue as a part-time consultant.
Heather Bright, who also joined following the acquisition of WJ Ground, has been promoted to partner.