Taylorcocks announces merger with Surrey firm

Taylorcocks announces merger with Surrey firm

The Top 100 firm has merged with Guildford-based firm Daymar

Top 100 firm Taylorcocks has announced a merger with Guildford-based firm Daymar.

Daymar had sought a merger with a larger organisation to enable the firm to provide “a wider array and more depth of knowledge in the increasingly technical world of accountancy taxation”, according to director at Daymar David Pugh.

Simon Howell, partner at Taylorcocks, said: “I am delighted that Daymar will now be working with Taylorcocks and it is exciting to be working with the great clients that Daymar has looked after for so many years. Taylorcocks is growing at a fantastic rate and we are delighted to be in a position to provide Daymar’s clients with a wider range of specialist services, that will no doubt benefit them in both the short and long term”.

Pugh added that the two firms had a shared ethos. “We conducted an extensive search to find the right firm for Daymar to merge with and it was clear from the start that Taylorcocks shares our values and has the right ethos and ambitions to make us a good fit. We can now combine our capabilities to continue our tradition of providing an excellent service to our clients, whilst also offering new services that we are looking forward to discussing with our clients.”

Taylorcocks was formed in 1992, and currently employs 100 people across 10 offices. The firm ranked at position 65 in the Top 50+50 Accountancy Firms 2017.

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