Chris Hill

Partner, Sheffield

Chris is the firm’s Senior Partner and acts as commercial partner for a wide range of corporate and non-corporate clients and has worked for Hawsons throughout his career. He is also the firms international liaison Partner and deals with a wide range of international businesses.  

He is a past President of the Sheffield and District Society of Chartered Accountants and was Honorary Treasurer of Sheffield Industrial Museums Trust Limited for almost 20 years.

Chris really enjoys watching England play rugby, but is now more often found watching his son play at Abbeydale.

Chris Hill is a partner at Hawsons

Chris Hill

Senior Partner, Sheffield

0114 266 7141

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Two promotions at Hawsons

Two promotions at Hawsons

Two new promotions at Hawsons The partners are pleased to announce two new promotions in the firm’s Sheffield office. Effective from 1 July 2020 Ben Lomas is promoted from Audit Senior to Audit Manager and Craig Walker from Senior Tax Manager to Tax Director.Ben Lomas...

British manufacturing could revive UK economy?

British manufacturing could revive UK economy?

The UK is now on the edge of the worst financial recession that most of us have experienced in our lifetime. It is not going to be easy to recover from the economic damage of the coronavirus. But it is going to be more difficult for the UK because of our economic...

Rishi Sunak Announces Bounce Back Loan Scheme

Rishi Sunak Announces Bounce Back Loan Scheme

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced that small businesses will be able to access loans of up to £50,000 through the Bounce Back Loan Scheme which will be 100% government-backed. This announcement comes after many small businesses said they were either being rejected...

Hawsons are here to help COVID-19

Hawsons are here to help COVID-19

During this difficult time Hawsons are here to help and support their clients as best they can The Government has announced new measures to help businesses through this difficult time. The first being the tax helpline to support businesses affected by coronavirus. If...

NHS England will protect pharmacies income during the pandemic

NHS England will protect pharmacies income during the pandemic

NHS England will protect pharmacies income in the Covid-19 pandemic The CEO of NHS England and the NHS chief operating office have announced that community pharmacies in England will be protected during the COVID-19 pandemic. Guidance on claiming the additional...

Bank of England Update for Businesses and Households

Bank of England Update for Businesses and Households

Bank of England Update for Businesses and Households During this difficult time for businesses and households, the Bank of England has put together a list of sites where you can find the latest updates from the Government. The following has been circulated by the bank...

Hawsons Business Continuity Plan

Hawsons Business Continuity Plan

Hawsons Business Continuity Plan We are currently in the middle of what is now being referred to as a global pandemic. This is causing a significant amount of interruption for businesses globally and looks set to continue in the coming weeks and months. We have...

HLB’s Inaugural survey of business leaders is now available

HLB’s Inaugural survey of business leaders is now available

During the last few months of 2019 Hawsons and many other firms helped HLB conduct a survey where they spoke to business leaders across the globe to gather their insights into the changing world of business as we enter a new decade. HLB The Global Advisory and...

Is the UK falling behind in developing automation and robotics?

Is the UK falling behind in developing automation and robotics?

Is the UK falling behind in developing automation and robotics? The First Industrial Revolution was led by the UK in 1760 and yet there are serious concerns that the UK is falling behind other countries. This was the conclusion to a report conducted by the House of...

Shutdown of car plants hits UK production around Brexit deadline

Shutdown of car plants hits UK production around Brexit deadline

The shutdown of car plants hits UK production around Brexit deadline Car manufacturing declined in November as many car plants slowed down their production due to the previously expected Brexit date of 31 October. If you compare the statistics to November 2018 car...

UK manufacturing job losses are at highest level in seven years

UK manufacturing job losses are at highest level in seven years

UK manufacturing job losses are at highest level in seven years  The UK manufacturing industry cut jobs at their highest ever rate in November, more than any other month in the past seven years. According to data from HIS Markit/CIPS Purchasing Manager’ Index (PMI)...

Hawsons makes history after 165 years in business

Hawsons Chartered Accountants is 165 years old Hawsons Chartered Accountants was founded in the city of Sheffield in 1854 – more than 25 years before the creation of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales – by Alfred Allott and John Hewett....

Manufacturing orders increase after no deal brexit avoided

Manufacturing orders increase after no deal brexit avoided

Manufacturing orders increase after no-deal brexit avoided A survey conducted by the Confederations of British Industry (CBI) shows that there has been an increase in orders for British manufacturers during November, although this was against a backdrop of near decade...

September car sale figures extends industry gloom

September car sale figures extends industry gloom

The optimism that there would be a huge growth in UK car sales in September have been halted, as more concerns are being spread about the industries financial health. The industry had been hoping for double-digit growth from last September, but sales only rose by 1.3%...

Government announce £30m R&D funding to help manufacturers

Government announce £30m R&D funding to help manufacturers

Government Announce New £30m R&D Funding to Help Manufacturers go Digital. Manufacturers are looking into digital technologies as a way of upgrading their productivity and competitiveness, and can now bid for a new layer of government funding. In what was one of...