Baker Tilly

Adrian Benosiglio and Caroline Rai

Baker Tilly adds two to London tax team

Baker Tilly appoint Caroline Rai and Adrian Benosiglio as tax partners

21 Oct 2014

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Leader: Baker Tilly's naming nerves

Baker Tilly's impending name change opens up a range of possiblities, writes Calum Fuller

10 Oct 2014

Rakesh Shaunak

Baker Tilly International too good to turn down – Shaunak

MHA MacIntyre Hudson managing partner Rakesh Shaunak talks Accountancy Age through what motivated the decision to join the Baker Tilly International network

08 Oct 2014

Best Practice: Baker Tilly’s Laurence Longe

Laurence Longe talks life for Baker Tilly 12 months on from RSM Tenon deal

07 Oct 2014

Four Baker Tilly partners make move to Moore Stephens

Former Baker Tilly COO and three other partners join Moore Stephens, Accountancy Age understands

25 Sep 2014

Easterby latest to leave Baker Tilly for Quantuma

Qualified insolvency practitioner Richard Easterby leaves Baker Tilly to join Quantuma as senior manager

23 Sep 2014

New audit head for Baker Tilly

Jonathan Ericson takes over from Jane Bleach as head of audit at Baker Tilly

03 Sep 2014

Baker Tilly in merger with Scottish firm

Aberdeen-based firm Simpson Forsyth joins Baker Tilly in merger

29 Aug 2014

SMEs’ R&D tax credits claims rise 30%

More than 13,000 R&D tax credit claims made by SMEs in 2012/13

18 Aug 2014

Baker Tilly International adds Japanese firm to network

Network expands in the east as Tokyo-based Nihombashi Corporation joins group

14 Aug 2014

Hosking reunited with Baker Tilly colleagues at Quantuma

Andy Hosking joins Quantuma Restructuring, where he will be reunited with former RSM Tenon colleagues

05 Aug 2014

Baker Tilly sells employee benefits business

Baker Tilly sells employee benefits business to insurance broker Arthur J Gallagher & Co

24 Jul 2014

Interview: Jean Stephens, CEO, RSM International

RSM International's CEO explains the benefits of landing Baker Tilly, and its growth plans in Africa

07 Jul 2014

Baker Tilly rehouses 200 staff in Preston move

New 20,000 sq ft office for staff as Baker Tilly looks to expand in the region

27 May 2014

Bristol/Bath managing partner named at Baker Tilly

Kate Reid to head up Baker Tilly's Bristol and Bath offices

16 May 2014

Baker Tilly sells ex-Tenon personal financial advice unit to Towry

Baker Tilly and Towry sign another private client deal

30 Apr 2014

Baker Tilly criticised over deficient audit work

FRC censures Baker Tilly for its reluctance to accept criticisms of audits in need of significant improvement

22 Apr 2014

Baker Tilly to join RSM International network

Baker Tilly will become RSM International's UK member firm later this year

15 Apr 2014

Baker Tilly closes RSM Tenon office and merges in London

RSM Tenon's Chiltern Street office closes with 300 staff moving to Baker Tilly’s Farringdon practice

19 Feb 2014

Consultancy nudges Baker Tilly International into growth

International network sees modest growth, as advisory services perform strongly

31 Jan 2014

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