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Duncan and Toplis which has offices in 11 locations across the East Midlands, including in Newark, appoint new head of payroll and new head of tax

One of the largest accounting firms in the East Midlands has announced a new head of payroll and a new head of tax.

Duncan and Toplis, established in 1925, have headquarters in 11 locations across the East Midlands, including Newark, Grantham, Spalding and Stamford.

Damon Tunnicliffe has been promoted to head of payroll and Graeme Hills to head of tax and will oversee two of the group’s largest service lines.

Duncan & Toplis office on London Road, Newark

Damon Tunnicliffe said: “I’m very proud to be promoted to head of payroll and am looking forward to leading the team in an exciting period for payroll services, to ensure we play our part in the group’s new growth strategy.”

Graeme Hills added: “Taking on the role of head of tax is a great opportunity and I’m excited to bring my aspirations for our team to life. Since joining Duncan and Toplis in 2004, I’ve seen it grow from strength to strength, and I hope to build on this as I lead the tax team with a focus on our people, clients and communities.”

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The organisation provides a range of services to over 12,000 businesses and individuals.

Graeme Hills
Damon Tunnicliffe

The services include accountancy, tax and business advice, audit, assurance services, payroll, wealth management, IT services, legal and probate services, international business services and business turnaround support.

The promotions coincide with the appointment of the group’s first chief executive officer, Damon Brain, its first chief operating officer, Nicholas Smith, and head of legal services, Amy Codd.

Damon Brain said: “It’s fantastic to see Damon and Graeme progress to the head of their respective service lines and we welcome the expertise they will bring to these roles.

“We have ambitious plans for the coming years and I’m certain that both Damon and Graeme will play a key role in driving these forward.”

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