People Moves: Hatch Brenner, Lovewell Blake and more
Here are the latest moves and appointments from across the region.
Great Yarmouth-based Prior Diesel has named Natalie Daniels as its new finance manager.
Ms Daniels has 17 years’ experience in financial operations including reporting, forecasting and software implementation.
Of her new role she said: “I was attracted by the commitment from Suretank to the continued growth and development of Prior Diesel.”
Housing developer Lovell has appointed a new regional technical manager for East Anglia.
Sam Sinclair will be based at the company’s office in Thorpe Road, Norwich and will be responsible for managing pre-construction activities.
Lovell regional managing director Simon Medler praised Mr Sinclair’s “impressive range of industry experience”.
Norwich law firm Hatch Brenner has made an addition to its family law team.
Carly Sullivan qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and is a member of the Law Society’s children’s panel.
Hatch Brenner partner Jonathan Brock said: “Carly has an excellent reputation in the city and her experience will be a great asset to our department and the firm as a whole.”
Accountancy firm Lovewell Blake has promoted two of its staff members to managers.
Stef Smith joined the firm in 1999. She is based in Norwich and is a member of the charities team.
Lee Kett joined the Banham Group in 2000, which became part of Lovewell Blake six years ago. He is a member of the businesses services group.
Management consultancy US2U Consulting has taken on a summer intern.
Lee Casey is a psychology undergraduate at UEA. He said: “It is an opportunity to gain valuable professional experience.”
US2U holds the New Anglia LEP youth pledge marque, which recognises commitment to helping young people access employment, training and education opportunities.