Menzies partners with consultants to grow service lines

by Rachael Singh

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28 Mar 2012

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MENZIES HAS announced a strategic partnership with Insight Management & Systems Consultants to increase its finance systems and accounting service lines.

The firm will continue to trade as Insight MSC and will sit as part of the Menzies LLP group. There are no plans to rebrand the consultancy.

Andrew Denley, Menzies managing partner, said: "We are very excited about this new venture, especially given the enormous pressure on organisations to cut costs and restructure to provide greater value.

"By combining Insight's and Menzies' expertise we are able to offer clients a powerful proposition and a real alternative to the larger consultancies."

Menzies is a Top 50 firm with 34 partners and celebrates its centenary later this year. Insight MSC will be based in London.

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