Horwath Clark Whitehill has been renamed
The rebranding reflects the firm’s position within Crowe Horwath
International, a top ten global accountancy network, retaining the history
associated with Clark Whitehill in the UK.
“The name change heralds a new and exciting phase of development for the
firm. We have chosen to give greater prominence to the Crowe name while
retaining the goodwill and reputation of Clark Whitehill,” said Andrew Pianca,
chief executive at Crowe Clark Whitehill.
The firm is also looking to expand its service offering and “strengthen” its
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