PracticeAccounting FirmsBaker Tilly merges with Slater Maidment

Baker Tilly merges with Slater Maidment

Top ten firm to take over independent London practice

Leading mid-tier firm of accountants Baker Tilly have today announced the
merger with Slater Maidment, a London based specialist accountancy practice
based in St. James’s Square.

The Slater Maidment Partners and employees will operate as a third Baker
Tilly office in London and will focus on the private client and smaller to
medium-sized business market.

Baker Tilly regional managing partner Jon Randall said: ‘The merger with
Slater Maidment demonstrates our strategic commitment to entrepreneurial
businesses of all sizes and will complement our existing specialist offering.’

Slater Maidment managing partner, Jim Blake, said: ‘Our ethos of developing
close relationships with clients is perfectly in tune with Baker Tilly’s’.’

The merger will be effective from the 29th October and the third London
office will bring the number of offices in the Baker Tilly UK network to 28,
covering 26 geographic locations.

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