Wilkins Kennedy merges with Hertford firm

by Rachael Singh

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03 Jul 2012

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TOP 25 FIRM Wilkins Kennedy has merged with Hertford firm P R Hornsby & Co.

The merger brings together Wilkins Kennedy's 25 staff and Hornsby's 13, making it the biggest accountancy practice in Hertford.

Terry Feller, (pictured) managing partner of Wilkins Kennedy's Hertford office, said: "We are delighted to announce the merger with PR Hornsby & Co Ltd, a well-respected firm which serves a varied portfolio of clients across the south east of England. We would like to extend a warm welcome to our new colleagues and their clients, and we look forward to working together."

The firm will trade as Wilkins Kennedy (incorporating P R Hornsby & Co Ltd), for a year, changing its name to Wilkins Kennedy by 1 July 2013.

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