PKF Cooper Parry to create 100 new jobs

CEO of PKF Cooper Parry, Ade Cheatham

Bondholder PKF Cooper Parry is once again hitting the headlines in 2016 with an announcement of 100 new jobs across the Midlands which are to be created after the completion of its merger with Clement Keys earlier this month.

At PKF Cooper Parry we work around an ethos of making sure each and every staff member feels fulfilled
— Ade Cheatham, CEO of PKF Cooper Parry

The firm has also achieved Best Companies 3-Star Accreditation and has been named as one of The Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work for 2016.

CEO of PKF Cooper Parry, Ade Cheatham, said: "We are thrilled to have been singled out by Best Companies and The Sunday Times for our outstanding employee benefits and office atmosphere."

He continues: "At PKF Cooper Parry we work around an ethos of making sure each and every staff member feels fulfilled, inspired and motivated at all times - which has shone through in these accreditations."

PKF Cooper Parry is now the largest independent firm of chartered accountants in the region following its merger with Clement Keys. The workforce is now 350-strong and has a £30 million turnover.