Tim Baum-Dixon is Kingswood Allotts accountancy firm’s first chief executive

A LONG-running accountants has appointed the first ever chief executive in its history.

Kingswood Allotts selected experienced chartered accountant and business adviser Tim Baum-Dixon to the role.

It follows the takeover of Moorgate-based Allotts, which employs employs 45 people, by Kingswood LLP last year.

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Mr Baum-Dixon, who is also a member of Rotherham Borough Council, has worked with Business Sheffield and the Rotherham Investment & Development Office in the past to deliver training courses designed to help new and would-be entrepreneurs to learn how to manage the finances of their fledgling businesses.

He said: “Allotts is a brand that has been synonymous with South Yorkshire's business community for nearly a century.

“Joining at this time presents an exciting opportunity to build on the success the business has enjoyed during  its long association with South Yorkshire and beyond, as well as offering a golden opportunity to use the skills and knowledge I’ve developed throughout my own career to lay the foundations for future growth.”