In his role, Bromley will be responsible for the accounts and tax compliance of a portfolio of international structures, with a focus on UK commercial and residential property.
He will also be responsible for the group’s due diligence activities on potential acquisitions.
Bromley is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and previously worked at Deloitte managing audit and assurance engagements, with a focus on life assurance, property investment, private equity and collective investment schemes.
Earlier this month, Kreston opened its first QROPS since receiving approval to become a registered pension scheme administrator.
Released through Kreston Pensions, the Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme is now listed on the HM Revenue & Customs website.
Chief executive David Pope said at the time: “We have been preparing for these developments for some considerable time and this approval means we can also start to implement moves into new jurisdictions.”