PracticeAccounting FirmsTenon buys Scottish tax specialist

Tenon buys Scottish tax specialist

Mid-tier firm acquiring LWC Accountants based in Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Mid-tier firm Tenon is back on the
acquisition trail after
buying LWC
Accountants, a tax and corporate finance specialist firm for an undisclosed
sum
.

According to The Scotsman, the deal would see LWC’s four directors
and 18 staff transferring to its offices in Edinburgh and Glasgow.

The acquisition boosts Tenon’s director count to 23, while pushing its
staffing level to 270.

Tom MacLennan, managing director of Tenon in Scotland, said: ‘This is an
important deal for Tenon, and a great strategic fit for both businesses.’

Further reading:

Tax revenues boost growth at Tenon

Tenon celebrates £74.1m half-year turnover

Tenon revival roars on

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