PracticeAccounting FirmsReeves+Neylan simplifies brand

Reeves+Neylan simplifies brand

Rebranding goes ahead after merger with FW Stephens

Former Accountancy Age award winners Reeves+Neylan has rebranded the business
to Reeves. The move follows a merger with FW Stephens earlier this year.

In a statement the firm said the rebranding was was to reflect the newly
merged business.

The firm has offices in Gatwick, London, Cantebury and Chatham and has 300
staff with 43 partners.

Reeves is a Top 50 with a current position of 40 with a pre merger revenues
of around £14.75m. The firm clocked an improvement of 14.5% on the previous
year.

The firm won the 2009 Accountancy Age Large Firm of the Year award and has
also won awards for its tax advice.

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