Yorkshire accounting firm hits the right note with award nomination

Chartered accountant, tax specialist and consulting firm, Hentons, passionate about music for over 40 years, has been nominated for a Music Industry Award for the third consecutive year.

Hentons, was shortlisted in the category “Accounting Firm of the Year” by Music Week. The firm also sponsors the “Manager of the year” category.

Hentons offers a comprehensive portfolio of business management and accounting services that include auditing, wealth management, UK and international tax to clients that include Emeli Sande, Mabel and Katie Melua.

Faithful to the music industry and primary partner, Chris Panayi has worked with musicians, managers, promoters, crews and touring agents and many other professionals for over four decades. He said: “We are proud to have been shortlisted for these prestigious awards once again.”

The Music Week Awards event is one of the biggest and best parties on the music industry calendar, with representatives from every area of ​​the music industry. Chris added: “We are incredibly honored with this nomination and it is a real achievement to have been shortlisted for the past three years. The ethics of our practice have always been based on the unity of our partners and our staff. We recognize that each member of our team is as important as each other and this characteristic truly resonates with our customers.

“Subsequently, all of our clients are equally important to us, whatever their stage, in their individual careers and they are valued and respected wholeheartedly. Our loyalty to them is largely reciprocated by the relationships we have developed over 40 years of working in the music industry. No client is ever too small or too large to benefit from our expert financial advice and we take great pride in seeing all of our clients achieve the success their talents deserve.

The winners will be announced on September 14 at an awards ceremony at Battersea Evolution in London. The Music Week Awards event will see major and independent labels and publishers, streaming giants like TikTok, Spotify, Amazon, YouTube and Apple Music, as well as the country’s favorite broadcasters and radio stations, all competing for coveted trophies. . These are the UK’s only music awards to recognize labels, publishing, live, retail, A&R, radio, marketing and public relations, accounting and all sectors of the world. industry.

Chris added, “It has been a difficult year for live music in particular and we have worked very hard to help our customers access as much support as possible. This awards ceremony will recognize some of the most talented people in our industry and also be an opportunity to celebrate fantastic achievements, despite all that the pandemic has thrown at us. “

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