PracticeAccounting FirmsBegbies Chettle Agar brings Shooter Greene on board

Begbies Chettle Agar brings Shooter Greene on board

Top 50 +50 firm Begbies Chettle Agar looks to grow with Shooter Greene acquisition

Begbies
Chettle Agar
and Shooter Greene have merged firms.

Shooter Greene’s staff have joined Begbies, along with its principal Alan
Shooter, who has joined as a consultant.

“We are delighted to be joining forces with Shooter Greene and welcome their
staff and clients,” said Jeremy Staines, partner at Begbies Chettle Agar.

“Not only are we gaining new clients, we are also welcoming a new set of
highly skilled staff to our operation.”

Begbies was 98th in the 2010 Accountancy Age Top 50 +50 survey, with revenues
of £1.82m for 31 March 2010 year end.

Further reading:

Practice
mergers: Bargain buys

Accountancy
Age’s
Top 50 +50 survey of firms

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