THP Total Accounting joined by Reynolds & Co

by Kevin Reed

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13 Dec 2013

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HIGHAMS PARK firm Reynolds & Company has merged into Wanstead-based THP Total Accounting.

Partner Nigel Reynolds and colleagues Ryan Smith and James Underwood joined THP this week. Reynolds, an ICAEW tax faculty member, will look to expand THP's services to senior employees and managers responsible for compliance in legal firms.

THP tax director Tim Housden, who helped steer the merger, said: "Reynolds and Company has maintained an excellent reputation in the accountancy world for over 20 years, and we are looking forward to continuing to help its personal and commercial clients grow their businesses and wealth base, and minimise the impact of the red tape burden."

THP was formed in 1974, and now operates with a team of more than 50 professionals across five offices in London and the east.

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