Infinity Partnership is best of British for fifth year in a row

From left, Simon Cowie, Greg Houston and Mark Rhynas – of Infinity Partnership, and TV personality and comedian Sean Lock, the host at the 2019 British Accountancy Awards in London.
From left, Simon Cowie, Greg Houston and Mark Rhynas – of Infinity Partnership, and TV personality and comedian Sean Lock, the host at the 2019 British Accountancy Awards in London.

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Accountancy and business advisory firm Infinity Partnership has won at the British Accountancy Awards for the fifth year in a row.

The Aberdeen-based practice landed the Outstanding Advisory / Project of the Year accolade at the prestigious industry gathering in London, which was attended by 800 people.

In addition, the business won the Independent Firm of the Year (Scotland, Northern Ireland and North England) honour – the fourth time in five years it has won a regional award at this event.

Infinity Partnership managing partner Simon Cowie, who won the Practitioner of the Year honour in 2016, said: “To win at the highly-respected British Accountancy Awards for a fifth year in a row is a fantastic achievement.

“These accomplishments are down to the proactive, talented and dynamic team at Infinity and our exceptional clients. We’re delighted to win the regional award again, and thrilled with our success in the advisory category.

“We’re going from strength to strength by continuing to provide the accountancy services required by forward-thinking businesses.”

Infinity has increased client numbers by more than 40% to 2,500 and number of staff by 50% to 24 in the past 18 months.

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