MacIntyre Hudson

MacIntyre Hudson Association (MHA)

MHA MacIntyre Hudson: RTI to expose poor practice

Real-time PAYE will expose errors and bad practice by businesses, MHA MacIntyre Hudson's Alastair Kendrick warns

18 Nov 2013

New head of tax for haysmacintyre

Katharine Arthur joins haysmacintyre from MHA MacIntyre Hudson

28 Oct 2013

MacIntyre Hudson Association (MHA)

Childs joins MHA MacIntyre Hudson's London office

SME adviser Jaqui Childs takes london partner role

02 Oct 2013

MHA MacIntyre Hudson in partner and director hires

Two partners, a director and a senior tax manager appointed by MHA MacIntyre Hudson

13 Sep 2013

MHA MacIntyre Hudson seals merger with Kent firm Larkings

MHA MacIntyre Hudson and Kent firm Larkings announce merger

01 Jul 2013

Three made partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson

MHA MacIntyre Hudson appoints Sally Kirby, Tom Byng and Neil Stern as partner

17 Apr 2013

BDO, Rawlinsons & MacIntyre Hudson disciplined by ICAEW

ICAEW hands out fines to various firms for break of audit regulations and those that have entered into an IVA and CVA

15 Mar 2013

More deals loom as HMT joins MHA MacIntyre Hudson

Deals in the pipeline for MHA MacIntyre Hudson's firm and member association, as it brings HMT Assurance on board

08 Jan 2013

MHA promotes partner in corporate recovery

Georgina Eason promoted from director to partner at Top 20 firm

16 Oct 2012

MHA brings in Monahans to extend network

MHA adds a ninth firm to its network

27 Sep 2012

Best Practice: MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s Rakesh Shaunak

MHA MacIntyre Hudson's Rakesh Shaunak discusses the future for the MHA network of firms, of which MacIntyre Hudson was a founder member

29 May 2012

Ex-Kingston Smith partner takes MHA MacIntyre role

Former Kingston tax partner Alan Craddock takes similar role in MHA MacIntyre's London office

09 Feb 2012

MacIntyre Hudson closes Powrie Appleby

13 job losses as practice acquired by MHA MacIntyre Hudson is closed

25 Nov 2011

MacIntyre Hudson network grows 33%

MacIntyre Hudson's network has welcomed two new members, taking the total to eight and the combined turnover to £86m

17 Aug 2011

MacIntyre Hudson recruits insolvency veteran as director

Former PKF and Baker Tilly partner Fred Satow joins MacIntyre Hudson's corporate recovery team

11 Aug 2011

MacIntyre Hudson poaches tax team from Mazars

Employment specialists move to top 20 firm

01 Aug 2011

Kingston Smith recruits MacIntyre Hudson IP

Insolvency practitioner Brian Baker leaves MacIntyre Hudson for a similar role at Kingston Smith

21 Jul 2011

MacIntyre Hudson merges with London firm

MacIntyre Hudson acquires not-for-profit sector specialist Gotham Erskine

05 Jul 2011

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