Business advisers set up accounting firm

by Nick Huber

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20 Jan 2012

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TWO BUSINESS ADVISERS in the North West of England have set up an accounting firm for valuing companies.

David Houghton, the former head of corporate finance at law firm Brabners Chaffe Street, and ex-Alliance Fund Managers chief executive Mark Fuller have established Bridge Houghton LLP.

The new practice, based in Chester, will provide corporate valuation services to support accountancy, legal and private equity firms as well as business owners.

In addition to the two founders, Bridge Houghton has recruited staff including Houghton's former Brabners corporate finance colleague, David Wilkinson.


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