Simpson Wood become new Associate Partner at Huddersfield Town
Historic Huddersfield Accountancy and Financial Planning Practice, Simpson Wood, agrees Club Associate partnership
- Simpson Wood becomes an Associate Partner of Town
- They will work with Club to provide financial planning education to players and staff
- Full details included below
Town are delighted to welcome Simpson Wood as one of the Club’s Associate Partners for the remainder of this season and next season.
Founded in 1880, the Huddersfield-based chartered accountants, tax advisers and financial planners work with a wide variety of businesses and individuals in Huddersfield, Leeds and across the country.
Mark Fielding, Managing Director of Simpson Wood, commented:
“We are delighted to be able to join as an Associate Partner with Town.
“We have many Huddersfield Town fans in our team who have followed them for many years. We are proud of our strong team and want to raise awareness of the services we can provide to the wider community.
“Our vision is Providing inspiration to maximise potential, something which along with our values of Integrity, Synergy and Inspiration and our growth aspirations, we think is closely matched to the ethos at Town.
“At Simpson Wood we look after both businesses and individuals – from numerous accounts and tax compliance areas, to the more complex business and tax advisory matters, alongside the financial planning needs.
“We build long term partnerships with clients to help, support and advise on all financial matters and we look forward to being able to share these insights with the players and staff at the Club.”
Town’s Head of Partnerships and Business Development, Daniel McGeachie added:
“We’re really pleased to welcome Simpson Wood on board as an Associate Partner. Their heritage in Huddersfield is unrivalled, and the value they can add to our partner network is substantial. We are looking forward to working with the Simpson Wood team to deliver a bespoke programme of activity, tailored towards their objectives.”