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Greenhalgh and HSKS merge

Greenhalgh and HSKS are merging, creating a firm with 75 staff in offices across the Midlands

DERBY ACCOUNTANCY FIRM HSKS has joined forces with Burton-upon-Trent firm Greenhalgh Chartered Accountants, creating a new offering with around 75 staff spread across Derby, Burton, Nottingham and Uttoxeter.

A new name has not yet been unveiled and the two will continue trading under their respective monikers until the end of the year.

However, a firm under the name HSKS Greenhalgh has been registered with Companies House, to Greenhalgh’s registered office address.

Greenhalgh chief executive Nigel Shaw said: “It has long been an ambition of ours to have a presence in Derby to serve our client base in the area.”

HSKS managing director Kultaran Singh said clients will benefit from additional resources and expertise while enjoying the same level of service.

No jobs were lost in the merger, which will see Shaw as chief exectuive and Singh in the role of managing director.

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