New Associate – Steven Sim

Dec 1, 2022 | TC news

We are delighted to announce the promotion and appointment of Steven Sim to our senior leadership team from 1 December 2022.

Steven, who is based in our Edinburgh office, will take up the position of Associate. After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in 2013, Steven spent 7 years working in practice before joining the firm in 2020. Steven, originally from Dundee, specialises in delivering accountancy and taxation expertise to small and medium-sized businesses, helping them meet their regulatory requirements, and adding value to assist in their growth plans.

Steven commented: “We have a great team at Thomson Cooper. I look forward to the challenge of supporting and developing our range of business services as well as expanding on my client-facing duties.”

Outside of work, Steven enjoys spending time out on the golf course and playing football.

Senior Partner Andrew Croxford said: “I am delighted to announce Steven’s promotion.  Steven has proven to be a considerable addition to our team and has built strong relationships with clients during his time at the firm. Delivering career development for our team has always been a priority at Thomson Cooper.  We believe that Steven will make a significant contribution to the growth of the firm, becoming an integral part of the Thomson Cooper team as we continue to develop our client base in Edinburgh.”

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