Bristol accountancy firm Bishop Fleming has seen turnover boosted by more
than 13% to £9.4m in its last financial year.
The firm, which has 40 staff at its Bristol base, has expanded its total
workforce to 191 an increase of 6% on last year.
Growth areas included tax advice, business recovery services, payroll
services, and corporate finance.
Bishop Fleming’s Bristol-based managing partner, Matthew Lee, said: ‘Having
doubled the size of our business over the past five years, our latest figures
underline that continued growth plan – and the success of our strategy of
focusing on the needs of this region’s owner-managed businesses.’
Lee said the firm had no ambition to compete with global accountancy firms to
represent the South West’s small number of global corporations, but would focus
on the needs of the region’s owner-managed businesses.
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