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Bishop Fleming buys Target Chartered Accountants' office

Top 60 firm buys Target Chartered Accountants' Bath office

BISHOP FLEMING has bought the Bath office of Target Chartered Accountants.

The top 60 firm bought the audit and tax practice which is likely to save more than 40 jobs at Target.

PwC administrators Zelf Hussain and Rob Hunt were appointed joint administrators in November.

The Bath, Reading and Rugby offices entered into the insolvency procedure but not the London practice. However, Hussain said previously that the administrators were seeking a buyer for all or part of the group.

 

 

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