Edgbaston-based firms merge

by Kevin Reed

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09 Jan 2012

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Paul Jones of JW Hinks

TWO Edgbaston-based practices have merged.

JW Hinks and Mason Law LLP are now one firm. The deal sees Mason Law's expertise in pension scheme audits brought into JW Hinks.

Paul Jones, managing partner at JW Hinks, said: "Mason Law is a recognised accountancy practice with a rich heritage in providing quality financial services, particularly to the pension scheme world.

"For many years, the Partners at JW Hinks have followed a philosophy of providing the best possible service in a friendly and efficient manner.

"The merger with Mason Law will continue this philosophy and is ideal for the practice to continue to thrive and prosper in the decades to come."

Bob Law of Mason Law said said: "We are delighted to have completed this merger with JW Hinks, which will strengthen the service to our clients and our experience and specialisms operating within JW Hinks will provide a springboard to promote those specialisms to appropriate potential clients."

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