Alliotts’ Partner Luke Bath recognised in Accountancy Age Top 35 Under 35
Luke is included in list of rising stars in the profession
13 Sep 2021
We are delighted to announce that Alliotts’ partner Luke Bath, has been included in the Top 35 Under 35, Accountancy Age’s annual list of bright young talent in the profession.
Luke has progressed rapidly at Alliotts, he joined in 2011; qualified in 2014 and became a partner in 2018 (the youngest appointment to partner in the firm’s recent history). In addition to leading and growing our outsourcing offering to clients, Luke has helped clients adopt automation to reduce their administrative burden and speed up internal reporting processes.
Luke has also been instrumental in identifying ways Alliotts can deliver services to clients more efficiently, allowing us to invest more time in providing valuable advisory services.
In congratulating Luke on his achievement, Alliotts’ Chairman Steve Meredith commented,
‘Luke combines of skills and foresight with innovative thinking, and has focused on driving change to help future-proof the practice and his clients’ businesses.’
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