Great to see some ambition among one of the less high-profile firms, but where will it leave them in the Accountancy Age Top50+50 survey?
Accountancy Age Award-winning Reeves+Neylan has brought FW Stephens into its fold.
The deal creates a £20m firm by revenues. In last year’s Accountancy Age Top 50+50 survey Reeves posted revenues of nearly £13m, so clearly it’s an exciting deal for both parties.
Checking Reeves’ position in the Top 50 survey for 2009 reminded me that Accountancy Age is calling for entries to this year’s tables.
Call me mischievous, but I’m interested to see whether any firms try and decline entering this year for fear of showing themselves up – after what has been a tremendously tough period. Will they all brave it and “compare incomes” with competitors?
I certainly hope so. Those that try and duck the 2010 survey will certainly be picked up by me, that’s for sure.
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