Baker Tilly targets South Asia market with partner appointment

by Calum Fuller

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03 Dec 2013

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BAKER TILLY has appointed a new partner as it seeks to target the UK-Asian business market and cross-border work between the UK and India.

Suneel Gupta aims to build Baker Tilly's southern Asia presence and as investment grows in the UK from Indian corporates. UK companies are also increasingly looking to export and expand into South Asia, and in particular India.

Gupta trained and qualified with PwC before moving to BDO as a partner.

He said: "I am very excited to be developing this new proposition for Baker Tilly both in the UK and in India. There are many opportunities to grow such a practice, especially amongst owner-managed businesses and high net worth private clients."

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