Baker Tilly

Laurence Longe

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

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

Baker Tilly Ukraine in scholarship deal with business school

Ukraine accountancy firm works on scholarship programme with London School of Business & Finance

14 Jan 2014

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Accountancy Age and Financial Director reveal 2014's accounting and financial powerbase

06 Jan 2014

Ex-RSM Tenon CFO and CEO step down from Baker Tilly

Former RSM Tenon CEO Chris Merry and CFO Adrian Gardner both officially step down

06 Jan 2014

Baker Tilly blames “low-balling” for decline in profits

Baker Tilly sees its profit fall substantially in March 2013 year-end, blaming lost re-tendering due to low-ball pricing

02 Jan 2014

Baker Tilly targets South Asia market with partner appointment

Suneel Gupta is to build Baker Tilly's southern Asian presence

03 Dec 2013

Baker Tilly hires Twinfield for enhanced online services

Top Ten firm looks to enhance its online accounting service with Twinfield contract

05 Nov 2013

RSM Tenon lender sees £50m debt wiped off

Lloyds TSB ends up £50m out of pocket following RSM Tenon insolvency; firm's former tax division under fire from HMRC

22 Oct 2013

Baker Tilly announces Tenon office mergers

Baker Tilly announces regions, such as London, where the practices will merge in early 2014

09 Oct 2013

Ex-RSM partners win court battle to set-up on their own

Baker Tilly loses court battle in Scotland to keep RSM Tenon gagging covenants in place

08 Oct 2013

Mazars snaps up another group of RSM Tenon partners

Mazars finds rich pickings among former RSM Tenon partners as further eight partners leave for rival

02 Oct 2013

Interview: Baker Tilly’s Laurence Longe on RSM Tenon

Longe talks about the future of Baker Tilly, debt, international networks, local practices, integration team and RSM Tenon's CEO Chris Merry

10 Sep 2013

Baker Tilly’s Laurence Longe badges the 'Middle Three'

We've had the Big Four, now we'll see emergence of Middle Three, says Baker Tilly managing partner Laurence Longe

09 Sep 2013

UPDATED: Baker Tilly completes RSM Tenon acquisition

Baker Tilly equity partners vote in favour of RSM Tenon deal

02 Sep 2013

RSM Tenon’s outstanding DC contributions paid

Baker Tilly confirms that an apparent missing employer contribution to RSM Tenon’s defined contribution scheme was paid in July 2012

29 Aug 2013

RSM Tenon & Baker Tilly: In this together...

Does Baker Tilly need RSM Tenon as much as the listed firm needs Baker Tilly?

28 Aug 2013

RSM Tenon administration leaves £600K DC contribution shortfall

RSM Tenon potentially face £600k pension shortfall following insolvency

27 Aug 2013

Leader: More dirty work ahead in RSM Tenon deal

Even if the pre-pack leaves a 'tidier' RSM Tenon, bringing a distressed firm on board is fraught with problems, suggests Kevin Red

23 Aug 2013

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