PracticeAccounting FirmsIrish firms join forces across the border

Irish firms join forces across the border

Belfast and Dublin firms merge

The Belfast firm of Baker Tilly
Mooney Moore
has announced that it is merging with
Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon, based in
Dublin.

The combined practice will have 160 staff – with 40 in Belfast – and 12
partners with total projected all-island fee income for this year in the region
of £10m.

Baker Tilly Mooney Moore was set up over 90 years ago and is one of Belfast’s
longest established firms.

Both firms are members of
Baker Tilly
International
. They will continue to trade under their respective brands,
but an all-island approach will be adopted across all areas of the business.

Further reading:

Baker Tilly joins bid to overturn US online gaming ban

Baker Tilly sells financial services arm

Baker Tilly announces Edinburgh merger

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