PracticeAccounting FirmsReeves+Neylan merges with FW Stephens

Reeves+Neylan merges with FW Stephens

Merger will create a Top 25 accounting practice firm with a combined fee income of £20m, 43 partners and 330 staff

Accounting firm Reeves+Neylan and FW Stephens, the City-based financial
consulting group will be merging their practices with effect from 1 June 2010.

The merged firm will trade as Reeves+Neylan LLP.

This merger will create a firm with a combined fee income of £20m, 43
partners and 330 staff making it a Top 25 accountancy practice.

Reeves+Neylan currently has four offices in Canterbury, Chatham, Gatwick

and London Bridge.

The staff at London Bridge will be moving into FW Stephens’ offices in
Moorgate.

Clive Stevens, managing Partner at Reeves+Neylan will continue to be the
combined firm’s managing partner.

Owen Skinner, the managing Partner of FW Stephens, will be joining the firm’s
management board.

Clive Stevens said: “I’m delighted that FW Stephens have chosen to join

us.

“It brings a broader range of expertise into our practice as well as
expanding our presence in London and furthers our aim to be a true regional
financial consulting group.”

Owen Skinner, Managing Partner at FW Stephens added: “The opportunity to

merge with a firm of the stature of Reeves+Neylan is a tremendous opportunity
for all those involved – our partners, staff and of course our clients.”

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