PracticeConsultingAppointment at Tenon Group.

Appointment at Tenon Group.

BKL Green is to join the UK’s only publicly quoted accountancy firm, Tenon Group. Ian Buckley, Tenon Group chairman, said its role within the group will be as the practice responsible for the southern region. Announcing the decision, BKL Weeks Green’s senior partner Tim Jobling said he believed the move was an essential step in today’s business environment and he assured clients that there would be few changes to the structure of the existing firm. From the beginning of this year, the firm will practice as BKL Tenon for non-audit work and BKL Blueprint for audit work. With 26 partners and more than 250 staff, BKL Weeks Green is the third and biggest firm to join Tenon.

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