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Wilkins Kennedy acquires Hertford firm

New firm will operate under Wilkins Kennedy brand

Fiddaman & Co, a firm based in
Hertford, has merged with mid-tier firm
Wilkins Kennedy.

The new firm will operate under the Wilkins Kennedy brand from its existing
offices in Hertford and Waltham Cross.

Terry Feller will remain as local managing partner of Wilkins Kennedy.

He said: ‘This is an exciting development for the clients and staff of
Fiddaman & Co and Wilkins Kennedy. Both firms have experienced significant
growth over the past few years and are continually expanding into new areas.’

Wilkins Kennedy has seven offices in London and specialises in taxation.

Further reading:

Taxman ups revenue from enquiries

Wilkins Kennedy booms

Wilkins Kennedy in London merger

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