1st October 2021
haysmacintyre, a top-25 firm of chartered accountants, has today announced the promotion of Jake Pearlman to Director in its property team.
Jake joined haysmacintyre as a trainee in 2013, and soon qualified, before specialising in the firm’s property sector. With clients ranging from property developers and owners to real estate investors, Jake provides guidance on a variety of services including audit, structuring, and financial transactions such as financial modelling, financial due diligence and IPOs.
Having been appointed to co-lead the firm’s property sector in 2019, Jake has implemented a number of new initiatives to help diversify haysmacintyre’s expertise and grow the sector. He also mentors several graduates within the firm, helping to nurture the firm’s future talent in the sector.
Jake was named in Accountancy Age UK 35 under 35 in 2019, a recognition of his work in the property sector. He is an active contributor within the property community, regularly attending industry events, such as Qandor and the London Real Estate Forum, and he also regularly writes articles on topical issues within the sector.
Jeremy Beard, Managing Partner at haysmacintyre, comments: “We’re very pleased to be promoting Jake to Director. Since joining the firm eight years ago, Jake has delivered brilliant work across a range of client engagements. During the short time he has co-led our property sector, the practice has gone from strength to strength, despite the challenging circumstances that the pandemic brought to many of our clients in the sector. We’re all looking forward to working closely with Jake as we continue to build on the firm’s success into 2022 and beyond.”
Jake Pearlman, Director, added: “I’m delighted to be appointed Director at haysmacintyre, joining a fantastic leadership team in the process. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time at the firm since joining as a trainee. Co-leading the property team over the last couple of years has been a particular highlight, as well as helping my clients with their response to the pandemic and supporting them back on their feet as we finally emerge out of lockdown. I’m excited to continue building on this work in my new role.”