Baker Tilly’s charity audit client base grow by 15% in the last two years, knocking Big Four firm PricewaterhouseCoopers off the top spot for having the most number of charity audit clients.
Bill Owen, charities and education partner at Baker Tilly in Tunbridge Wells said, ‘Baker Tilly has worked hard to build up its experience and expertise in the not-for-profit sector. The range and diversity of our charity clients, many of whom we have supported for a number of years, is testament to this.
‘We are constantly looking at ways to build on and improve our services to this invaluable sector which, by it’s very nature, needs advisors it can trust to manage its financial affairs, perhaps more than most.’
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