is planning a merger with tax advisers Badger Hakin in an effort to strengthen
Hillier Hopkins’ operations across the country.
Colin Howe, Hillier Hopkins managing principal, told the Accountancy Magazine
the merger could help the firm continue its ‘rapid’ rise and ‘success as a
major, independent firm’ in Hertfordshire.
The merger means will enable the firm to operate a fourth office in London,
together with two additional principals and 15 extra staff members.
‘Both Badger Hakim and Hillier Hopkins share similar philosophies and are a
great match for each other. Together we have an even more comprehensive range of
expertise and a wider geographical base,’ Howe said.
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