Adam Croney has been promoted to Partner at Thomas Westcott. With 10 years’ accountancy experience, Adam joined the firm from PwC as a Senior Manager in 2018, before being promoted to Director the following year.

Based in our Plymouth office, Adam supports clients of all sizes and across sectors, from large corporates to SMEs and charities. He offers an extensive range of accountancy knowledge, including accounts preparation, audit and assurance, risk management, governance, financing and growth strategies. He also has a particular specialism in innovative cloud accounting systems.

Originally from Plymouth and a graduate of the University of Plymouth, Adam has also played a key role in growing the firm’s presence in the city and surrounding area. This has included forging collaborations with the University of Plymouth and taking a lead role in Thomas Westcott becoming a Patron of Devon & Plymouth Chamber of Commerce.

Adam said: “Being made Partner is a really important milestone in my career. It is also a strong indicator of Thomas Westcott’s commitment to Plymouth. Continuing to invest by growing and developing the team reflects the optimism we have for the future of the city.

“As a large ambitious firm in Plymouth with unparalleled collective expertise, we have the power to have a lasting impact on the local economy. Our networks and client base of businesses of all sizes means we can really make a difference.

“I am really excited about the next stage of my career with Thomas Westcott and see great opportunities for us to continue to grow. In particular, I am looking forward to supporting SMEs to take more control of their businesses by harnessing the potential of new digital technologies to free up time and cash.”

Thomas Westcott Partner Keith Clay said: “Congratulations to Adam on being made Partner. His rapid progression and promotion reflects not only has accountancy expertise but the contribution he has made to the firm. 

“Over the last few years, we have focused on establishing a strong team in Plymouth with the depth and breadth of expertise that is needed in and around the city. This has included a number of strategic appointments and promotions, as well as the merger with Riley Chartered Accountants earlier in the year.

“Adam has played a key role in our growth and success in Plymouth and I look forward to working with him as we continue to develop.”

Adam is a Board Member of City College Plymouth and a Committee Member of Plymouth Children in Poverty.