LHP Supports The Alexander Partnership After Troubled Times

Hello Tenby

After nearly 90 years in business, LHP Chartered Accountants has moved to Tenby to support The Alexander Partnership. Troubled by the recent sale to the Juno Moneta Group and by another firm from Cardiff, the Administrators were called in to rescue the business.

However, LHP has stepped in and agreed to take over the business, including the premises, situated above Barclays Bank, The Alexander Partnership clients, whilst most importantly securing jobs. With a long tradition of specialising in tourism, hospitality, agriculture and the construction sectors, LHP has seen its client base grow significantly across West Wales in recent years.

With LHP’s expansion into Tenby, the team of over 60 members, offers comprehensive tax planning services, as well as an extensive payroll team guiding clients through all the changes for RTI, pensions and all the new Covid-19 updates including furlough.

The team in Tenby will be managed on a daily basis by Mandy Cunningham, supported by Michelle Reynolds. Peter Griffiths will be acting as a consultant to the practice with directors Matthew Williams and Dafydd Rees, meeting clients.

Managing Director of LHP, Matthew Williams, said

‘We are committed to providing The Alexander Partnership clients with the stability and consistency they deserve, but with the added support of being one of the largest cloud and bookkeeping companies in Wales. Having grown up in Saundersfoot myself, we are excited to be moving to Tenby and it is great to hear from Peter how the varied range of businesses are doing in this corner of Wales.

Peter Griffiths added,

We’ve worked so hard over the last 30 years to build a strong, professional and personal relationship with all of The Alexander Partnership clients. I am really pleased that LHP has now agreed to take over the practice and we hope to build those relationships over the next 30 years. We worked with Matthew and the LHP team previously and really believe they are a great fit to manage our clients. I would also like to thank The Alexander Partnership team, who have been through some difficult times over the last few months”.

LHP extends an open invitation to all clients to visit them at their office in Tenby (social distancing minded), or arrange a video call via over the next few weeks to discuss any concerns they may have. Alternatively the directors are more than happy to visit client premises.


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