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Baker Tilly boosts due diligence capability

Mid-tier firm strengthens London corporate finance team with new appointment

Baker Tilly has boosted its due diligence team with the appointment of
Stephen Mason as a partner in its London corporate finance arm.

Mason has spent the last nine years working exclusively in financial due
diligence and will be focusing on providing due diligence services for the
private equity market.

‘Buyers of due diligence services seek more value-driven input from their
advisors in order to achieve competitive advantage in their deals,’ said Mason.

Further reading:

Accountants quit jobs to form private equity firm

Selling up: get your money’s worth

Accounting: Playing low-ball

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