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Hammonds’ London office has created the role of finance director in a bid to encourage better cash collection by partners, while also naming five international office liaison partners to improve communication and referrals throughout the network. Employment partner Caroline Noblet has been appointed to the finance director role by London head Robert Weekes. Weekes said: […]

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Councils emulate private practice models in modernisation drive

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