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Managing partner leaves ASE

Steve Freeman, ASE’s managing partner of its Professional Services division, has left the business with immediate effect.

Rob Jones, ASE chief executive, said: “We thank Steve for his hard work and the relationships he has developed on behalf of ASE over the last year and confirm that the expansion of our unique motor's dedicated Audit and Tax team continues unaffected in order to meet the needs of our accelerated growth.

“In the short term, I will take overall management of the Professional Services division with the consistent support of the other partners to ensure that we deliver maximum customer satisfaction to all of our valued clients, both long established and new."

Jones added that he is available to answer any queries from clients and partners.

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  • robertww - 27/01/2014 15:07

    Now the corporate finance partner, dave kendick is leaving as is the audit partner paul daly and before steve their tax partner left. Don't think i will be using ASE myself.

    • pauls - 03/02/2014 13:10

      PS They've never had tax partner called steve

  • pauls - 03/02/2014 13:10

    ASE will always have some of the most talented staff in the Motor industry. People start and leave roles for a number of reasons and this is more prominent in the Audit sector. ASE’s staff are highly sought after by other accountancy practices and dealers due to their quality and the unique training they receive.