The group is currently ranked 24th largest in Accountancy Age’s Top 50, with a fee income of £15.4m and 49 partners.
The deal with Calvert Smith added a further five partners to the group.Hacker Young now has offices in seven cities, including London, Manchester and Nottingham.
Howard Spencer, Hacker Young’s group chairman, confirmed that the group was still looking for other firms, particularly in Scotland, the South West and Home Counties.
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