Moore Stephens has merged offices with Casson Beckman, creating a 14
partner-five office presence in the south.
The firms’ Salisbury offices have been combined, and is the biggest
transformation for Moore Stephens in the region since since it operated under
the guise of Hunt Wagstaff in 1977.
Mike Scott, chairman of Moore Stephens (South) said there was a ‘strong
commercial rationale’ for the merger.
‘We see this merger as the next stage of our firm’s development. Joining
forces with Moore Stephens means that our clients will continue to receive the
quality service they are used to, but with the addition of a wider range of
support and expertise available from the new partners and staff locally, across
the UK and internationally,’ said Scott.
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