PracticeAccounting FirmsTenon boosts recovery arms as economy worsens

Tenon boosts recovery arms as economy worsens

AIM-listed firm expands its business and personal recovery divisions as companies and entrepeneurs struggle

Tenon has beefed up its recovery divisions as hostile economic conditions
continue to affect businesses and individuals.

In a pre-close trading statement, the mid-tier firm said that it had expanded
the departments ‘to meet the growing requirements of clients in a changing
economic climate.

The firm added that its full year results,set to be announced on 11
September, were going to be ‘comfortably in line with expectations.’

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