Chattanooga, Tenn.-based Henderson Hutcherson & McCullough (HHM) (FY17 net revenue of $24.4 million) announce that four senior managers have been accepted as partners in the Chattanooga office: Will Clegg, Jon Paul Davis, Adam Osborne and Branden Wilson.
Clegg, Davis, Osborne and Wilson each began their accounting careers at the firm 10 or more years ago.
“This group of leaders represents the growth and loyalty within our firm,” says MP Donnie Hutcherson.
“Watching the professional growth from intern and staff accountants to partners has been very rewarding. All four have been contributors to the success of HHM and each brings specific expertise valuable for the firm’s future.”
Clegg has been with HHM for 11 years and is instrumental in guiding business owners and managers through complex tax and strategic planning decisions. He provides expertise in tax, estates, trusts and other specialized work. He has spent his professional career developing relationships with local nonprofit organizations while serving them in any way possible.
Davis joined at HHM in January 2008 as an intern in accounting and assurance (A&A) and tax. Early on, Davis transitioned from A&A to the firm’s management advisory services (MAS) department. Davis guides clients through business planning, including strategic growth decisions, forecasts and financial modeling. He also assists clients with all stages of mergers and acquisitions, and works with high-net‐worth clients to provide individual tax and consulting services.
Osborne started his accounting career 10 years ago when he began at HHM in the A&A department. He offers specialized assurance, accounting and tax services to a variety of clients including nonprofits, churches, manufacturing and distribution companies, and dealerships.
Wilson began his career in public accounting at HHM as an intern in January 2008. He provides assurance, tax and advisory services to clients of various sizes and industries. Within both the audit and tax departments, he provides a broad range of services ranging from complex GAAP accounting to proactive tax planning.