PracticeAccounting FirmsMazars Neville Russell to rebrand

Mazars Neville Russell to rebrand

The mid-tier firm, Mazars Neville Russell, is to rebrand itself and from the 1 September will be known as 'Mazars'.

Link: Merger activity likely in mid-tier

UK senior partner John Mellows said ‘simple branding’ was important in an international market place. All firms operating under the MNR banner will now be branded under the single name.

MNR was formed by the merger of the UK firm Neville Russell with European-based Mazars Guerard in 1998.

The firm is the 12th biggest in the UK, according to the latest Accountancy Age Top 50 league table with revenues of £61.5m and 76 partners in the UK.

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