PracticeAccounting FirmsBentley Jennison joins RSM network

Bentley Jennison joins RSM network

Mid-tier firm becomes part of RSM International, as the global network makes inroads into the British accounting sector after the loss of RSM Robson Rhodes

tony stockdale

Bentley Jennison managing partner Tony Stockdale

Bentley Jennison has been recruited into the ranks of the RSM network this
morning.

The new firm, to be known as RSM Bentley Jennison, announced today that the
paperwork had been signed and it was officially becoming part of the RSM
International network.

Bentley Jennison – which has doubled in size every four years since it was
founded in 1984 and generates a total fee income of £63.7m – is hoping that its
new association will be a major boost to its policy of targeting larger
companies.

Bentley Jennison managing partner Tony Stockdale said: ‘Membership in the
dynamic global network of RSM International will bring huge benefits to Bentley
Jennison and our clients. We are proud of the quality of our service delivery
and our excellent client list.’

‘As we continue to focus on larger companies, we have full confidence that
RSM International member firms will help us deliver the services our expanding
client-base requires. We are excited to be joining such a vibrant,
forward-thinking organisation.’

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