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Norfolk Business Awards 2018

Ensors lands Pensions Accountancy Firm of the Year title

PUBLISHED: 15:24 01 March 2018

The Ensors pensions team, from left, Barry Gostling, Zoe McLaughlin and Malcolm McGready,
Picture: Roger Barcham/BMS Imaging

The Ensors pensions team, from left, Barry Gostling, Zoe McLaughlin and Malcolm McGready, Picture: Roger Barcham/BMS Imaging

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East Anglian accountancy firm Ensors is celebrating after picking up a top title at the Pensions Age Awards in London.

Ensors, which has offices in Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Ipswich and Saxmundham, was named Pensions Accountancy Firm of the Year at the event, run by Pensions Age magazine.

The firm’s pensions team is headed by Zoe McLaughlin, pensions manager, and Barry Gostling and Malcolm McGready, pensions partners.

Zoe McLaughlin said: “It’s a real honour to receive this award as we were up against some strong competition including some large national accountancy firms. This was the second time that we had been shortlisted for the award so I’m delighted that we have finally won it as it gives the team the recognition that they deserve.”

Barry Gostling added: “This well deserved award will be added to the top of the list of national prestigious awards which the firm has won in the past six months.

“The pensions team, always mindful of changing market conditions, have expanded the range of services they are able to offer pension schemes and continues to go from strength to strength.”

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