MHA brings in Monahans to extend network

by Calum Fuller

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27 Sep 2012

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MHA has brought in West Country firm Monahans, bringing the total number of firms under its umbrella to nine.

The 17-partner firm is one of the largest independent practices in the south-west with offices in Bath, Chippenham, Glastonbury, Swindon and Trowbridge.

The addition of Monahans gives the network a nationwide presence across 42 offices, with Bloomer Heaven, Broomfield & Alexander, Carpenter Box, Henderson Loggie, Larking Gowen, MacIntyre Hudson, Moore and Smalley, and Tait Walker making up the remaining MHA member firms.

MHA chairman Rakesh Shaunak (pictured) said: "This latest addition takes our combined turnover to approximately £100 million. It also gives MHA almost complete nationwide coverage allowing us to offer our clients the proactive and personal service they enjoy anywhere in the country."

Monahans managing partner Mike Shawyer said "We are looking forward to playing an active role in MHA. The opportunities to share expertise and information will add value to our clients and contribute to the development of our firm."

 

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