PracticeAccounting FirmsBaker Tilly rewarded for small cap work

Baker Tilly rewarded for small cap work

Top ten firm Baker Tilly has won the 'AIM Accountant of the Year' award for the second consecutive year, seeing off competition from the Big Four.

Link: AIM accolade for Baker Tilly

The firm triumphed at the 2004 Growth Company Awards Ceremony last night, seeing off competition from Big Four firm Ernst & Young, while KPMG, PKF and RSM Robson Rhodes were on the short list.

AIM companies choose the firm based on a survey, and it was then rated top by an independent panel of judges.

Baker Tilly won for having the best overall service and general expertise in the sector.

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