A partner at Truro-based accountancy firm Robinson Reed Layton has been named to a high profile national list.
Nick Skerratt appears in the annual ’35 under 35’ ranking, published by Accountancy Age.
The list celebrates the online publication’s ‘Young Professionals Day’ by hand-picking 35 of the best and brightest accountancy talents in the UK, who are also under the age of 35.
The 2014 ‘35 under 35’ feature is the third annual instalment of the well-renowned list.
Skerratt said: “I am so thrilled to have made it onto Accountancy Age’s ‘35 under 35’ list. To have been recognised among such a high calibre of talent from around the UK really is an honour.
“Becoming a partner at a young age has made me passionate about ensuring that younger members within the firm grasp the chances available to them in order to develop their individual careers.
“At Robinson Reed Layton this is certainly something that we support by providing training and advanced qualification opportunities.”
This year the publication saw the highest number of entries yet, with a tough selection process conducted by Accountancy Age’s editorial team.
Kevin Reed, editor of Accountancy Age, said: “The ‘35 under 35’ is proving tougher and tougher for the Accountancy Age editorial team to pick, with so many outstanding individuals to choose from.
“Nick is blazing a trail at a well-established local firm that looks to bring people through. He also has depth to his CV, with experience in the construction industry.”