A NEW UK member firm has been admitted to accounting network Kreston.
North-west firm Mitchell Charlesworth has joined the £2bn-revenue network, in a move described by the firm’s managing partner David Darlington “a very positive step” for its regional and global ambitions.
“Becoming members of the Kreston network will add to our depth of knowledge in specialist sectors and will enable us to offer improved services to international clients, by taking advantage of the global resources offered by other Kreston members.”
“We are particularly looking forward to meeting other members in order to share knowledge and capabilities,” Darlington added.
Mitchell Charlesworth joins ten other UK firms in the network: Barber Harrison & Platt; Bishop Fleming; Clive Owen & Co LLP; Duncan & Toplis; EQ Accountants LLP; Horsfield & Smith; James Cowper LLP; Peters Elworthy & Moore; Reeves & Co LLP; and Simpson Forsyth.
The 17-partner firm operates out of five offices with 140 professional and support staff. It has revenues of £7.3m, according to the latest Accountancy Age Top 50 +50 Survey of firms – placing it at 78 in the rankings.
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