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Rabjohns absorbs Birmingham firm

Firm "delighted" with new clients.

WORCESTER-BASED FIRM Rabjohns has absorbed nieghbouring practice, Reg Fort Chartered Accountant, into its practice.

The move follows the retirement of Reg Fort, who contacted Rabjohns with the offer.

Ian Smith, managing partner of Rabjohns (pictured above), said he was delighted to be looking after Reg’s “interesting portfolio of clients”.

“They have been used to very personal service with great depth of experience and that is what we will continue to provide to them,” he said.

Reg Fort added: “I am really pleased to have given my clients the chance of benefiting from Rabjohns’ highly regarded levels of expertise and service.”

 

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