A legacy of leadership at Collins Barrow Kawarthas
PETERBOROUGH/LINDSAY, ON, Sept. 10, 2012 /CNW/ - Following the official launch of Collins Barrow Place in Peterborough, it is back to business for Central Ontario's largest regional accounting firm. Built on longstanding customer relationships, the partners and management team at Collins Barrow Kawarthas continue to evolve a legacy of leadership.
For the past four years, within his role as Managing Partner, Mark Mooney led the firm in its growth mandate. Through his leadership, Mark honed overall management and spearheaded strategies to gain market share throughout the region. A number of his initiatives culminate with the new landmark building, which brings the firm closer to many of its clients.
"It's been an honour to serve Collins Barrow and the community as Managing Partner," says Mark. "I'm extremely proud to see our hard work paying off and wish our new Managing Partner, Herb Gamble, every success. I know he will approach the position with a steadfast dedication to service excellence."
Following a successful term, Mark is shifting gears and taking up an active role as one of the firm's senior partners wherein he will work directly with clients to personally deliver business advisory solutions that help them achieve their goals.
Assuming the reigns is Herb Gamble who has been with Collins Barrow Kawarthas since its inception. Results driven and entrepreneurially minded, Herb is committed to building on the platform established by Mark and other managing partners before him.
"On behalf of myself and the partners at Collins Barrow, I'd like to thank Mark for his leadership and the impressive strides he has taken to bring us to where we are today," says Herb. "Looking to the future, we will continue to grow within the region through new business streams and enriched relationships with our clients."
The growth of Collins Barrow Kawarthas is consistent with trends across the national network, as Collins Barrow gears up for a period of expansion.
"Congratulations to everyone at Collins Barrow Kawarthas on their shared success," says Dan Longlade, National Chair of the Collins Barrow network. "In addition to serving as Managing Partner within his region, Mark was highly involved at the national level as a member of our Board and I thank him for his contributions. I'm also pleased to welcome Herb to his new role. It's truly a privilege to work with partners who are so keen to share their ideas and insights for the benefit of the Collins Barrow network."
SOURCE Collins Barrow National Cooperative Incorporated