Its Bristol office will join with Baker Tilly’s, while its Bath office will
now be known as Baker Tilly.
John Banks, managing partner at Baker Tilly Bristol said the merger gave the
firm a “great platform” from which to grow the business in the South West.
“We have come so far organically and feel the time is now right to move to
the next level. While adding to our existing compliance capability, we will also
look to enhance our non-audit services to clients,” said Banks.
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