PKF interns receive promotions

Bondholder PKF Cooper Parry's first-ever internship programme has resulted in all eight interns being offered full-time roles at the firm.

The internship programme, launched 12 months ago, allows young people to gain experience in various key areas of the business from audit and corporate finance to IT and marketing. Interns are given an excellent environment to grow, both personally and professionally and can take advantage of personal development training, business projects and national and international networking opportunities.

The award-winning audit team is welcoming Laura McBride, following a four-month internship, along with Lorna Marshall and Lilla Twarowska. Tom Blanchard will be working within the wealth team, Lorna Collyer in business tax, Jack Purkis in personal tax, and Antony Cockerill in IT solutions.

Chloe Ordish will be taking up a 12-month role within the firm's marketing team, whilst Scarlett Rabusin and Benjamin Millar have both been appointed to the internal finance team.

Ade Cheatham, CEO of PKF Cooper Parry, said: "We're incredibly excited about this group of interns. They've demonstrated a real passion for their work and a willingness to learn about what it takes to succeed in their chosen field and we're really pleased to have them as a part of our team."

This year's PKF Cooper Parry internship programme has now been launched, applications can be made at