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The Top 100 is produced jointly with our sponsor partners Mills & Reeve, PwC, and Roche Chartered Surveyors, without whose support it would not be possible. We are indebted to PwC for the compliation of the 2015 Top 100 figures.

Read more here from each of our partners.

James Hunter - Mills and Reeve

Firm biography: Mills & Reeve is the number one law firm in the UK for client service. From our offices in Norwich and in five other cities across the country, more than 400 lawyers and over 900 staff deliver a complete range of legal services to clients operating internationally, nationally and locally. The firm has been named for a record twelfth year running as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in The Sunday Times’ annual survey.

Andy Grimbly - PwC

Andy Grimbly leads the Norwich office of PwC UK and he has been with the firm for over 20 years. Before moving to the Norwich office 18 months ago, much of Andy’s time has been spent working on the South Coast of the UK leading the Private Business segment.

Andy looks after a number of local businesses and his experience ranges from FTSE 100 clients through to pre-revenue companies in a wide variety of different industries.

Outside of work he lives in Sutton, Norwich, with his wife Rebecca and enjoys Sailing and Golf. This summer he will also take up a position as a Governor of the Norwich University of the Arts.

James Allen - Roche

Roche is the largest specialist firm of commercial property consultants in Norfolk, providing a comprehensive range of agency and advisory services throughout East Anglia.

The firm retained the Estates Gazette Award to Norfolk’s Most Active Agent in 2015 for the third year. Roche is independently owned with four experienced partners.

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