CANARY WHARF-BASED Littlejohn is to become PKF International’s UK member firm.
Littlejohn, which ranks 38 in Accountancy Age’s Top 50 +50 survey of firms with £16.9m of fee income, takes the place of previous member PKF.
“Meeting the needs of our clients is at the heart of this decision,” said Paul Hopper, Littlejohn’s managing partner.
“They are increasingly trading and investing overseas, we are bringing more overseas companies to the UK markets and we are acting for international donor agencies. Joining PKF International, with its strong network of member firms will enable us to provide better support for them around the world.”
The new member firm will rebrand to PKF Littlejohn after joining the network on 1 July. Its membership of PrimeGlobal will cease the day before.
“We have enjoyed a long association with PrimeGlobal, making many friends and we wish it continuing success.”
Hopper added that the firm “strongly supports” the principle that clients are best-served from within international networks.
Click here to read our interview with Paul Hopper on joining PKF International.
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