Our people

  • Tom Wilson

    Partner

    Tom was appointed Partner in October 2017 having worked his way through the ranks since joining haysmacintyre as a trainee in 2008.

    His clients are drawn primarily from the professional institutes and membership bodies (PIMBs) sector, including clubs and national trade associations. Tom has a specific knowledge of national governing bodies of sport and regularly presents at our seminars for this group.  He prepares our detailed annual national governing bodies of sport benchmarking report, providing insights and advice to individual participants and commentary regarding emerging trends and developments for the sector as a whole. He is a member of the Sport, Entertainment and Media committee at the ICAEW and contributes to the committee through his knowledge and experience of the sport sector and NGBs.

    Tom also works with our education team, supporting independent schools and academies and has significant corporate client experience.

    His delivery is focused on statutory audit and accountancy, but additionally Tom provides advice on financial system and internal controls reviews, as well as financial best practice and governance matters.

    Tom’s interests outside of work are mostly sports-related, and he has travelled the globe to attend football and cricket tournaments.  Right now, firmly rooted in the UK, he is a keen follower of Blackpool Football Club.

  • Tracey Young

    Partner, Head of Education

    Tracey joined us as an audit trainee in 1997. Having worked on a variety of both not for profit and corporate clients, she became a Partner within our award winning Charities and Not for Profit unit in 2007.

    As Head of Education, Tracey specialises in supporting independent schools and academies. She also works with a range of other charitable organisations and companies.

    In addition to providing her clients with audit and accounting assistance, Tracey has a strong track record in financial due diligence on mergers and acquisitions. She is often asked to advise board on governance and financial monitoring.

    Tracey regularly presents at courses and seminars and often writes articles for the sector press.