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Cumbria industry body welcomes new joint chairman

The industry body for chartered accountants located in Cumbria, known as the Cumberland Society of Chartered Accountants, has recently welcomed a new joint chairman who hopes to increase the society’s popularity and visibility within the region.

Newest CSCA joint chairman, Michael Peile, who joins both Louise Brown and Sophie Tyson, the existing chairmen, says that he is going to devote his term of office to make sure the industry body’s organised events feature higher levels of local involvement while also being memorable and enjoyable for everyone in attendance.  An 11 year veteran of David Allen Chartered Accountants, located in Dalston, Mr Peile said that he has wanted to become involved in accountancy from a very young age as a way to support the local agricultural community in a way other than actively farming.

From a farming family himself, Mr Peile began working for David Allen at the age of 16, but believed he would not be able to develop an accountancy career without going back to sixth form and then on to university until David Allen offered him a permanent position and an AAT qualification apprenticeship at the end of his work placement.  David Allen then offered a chartered training contract to the new joint chairman, who completed his final exams at the age of 21, and has since gone on to head David Allen’s Agricultural Department at the age of 27.

Mr Peile’s unique upbringing makes him an ideal choice for the position, experts say, suggesting that his relative youth may bring fresh new ideas for ways that the industry body can support local chartered accountants.

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