It is with mixed emotions that Lambert Chapman LLP
Chris will be retiring as a member of Lambert Chapman LLP on 30 June 2016. He will act as a consultant to Lambert Chapman LLP for another 12 months on a part-time basis, and will then move into full retirement.
Managing Partner Nigel Whittle comments “I am sure you will agree with me, that once Chris has retired from 1 July 2017, he will be greatly missed in so many ways. He has always worked so hard and diligently for Lambert Chapman, going the extra mile to promote the practice, and I know he will to the very last day.
“We thank Chris for his
A personal message from Chris:
After more than 27 years at Lambert Chapman LLP and a full working life since my teens, I am rapidly approaching the time when I need to put away my pen, calculator and tax books.
I look back over my working life with fondness and especially the latter years when it has been my pleasure to have been part of Lambert Chapman LLP and especially to have been able to assist and advise our clients on their taxation and accountancy matters.
Since I joined Lambert Chapman LLP in October 1988, the practice has grown considerably in client and staff numbers, technical knowledge, competence and stature.
I will be sad to leave but am proud to see how the Practice has developed and to know that my colleagues will continue to look after all clients as their business, personal financial matters and plans progress.
With my very best wishes.
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