PracticeAccounting FirmsHaines Watts turns Focus on Worcester with latest merger

Haines Watts turns Focus on Worcester with latest merger

Haines Watts merges with Worcestershire-based accounting firm Focus Accountancy in second deal in as many weeks

Haines Watts turns Focus on Worcester with latest merger

TOP 20 FIRM Haines Watts is to merge with Worcestershire-based accounting firm Focus Accountancy after completing its second deal in as many weeks.

Tim Pearce, owner of Focus Accountancy, will head up the newly merged practice and become a co-owner of Haines Watts Worcester, a member of the Haines Watts Group, alongside Haines Watts partners John Elliott and Trish Sayer.

Elliott, a seasoned tax advisor will head up the firm’s tax offering while Sayer will continue to develop the firm’s audit and compliance services.

“Joining Haines Watts will allow us to offer a wider range of services, specifically aimed at business owners and owner managed businesses, giving clients access to a range of new skilled specialists that will strengthen our current team,” said Pearce.

Haines Watts works with a wide range of businesses including GP’s, healthcare providers and, like Focus, specialises in working with family owned businesses.

Last week, Haines Watts completed a merger with Liverpool-based firm GLF Richards & Co, with further expansion expected in the coming months.

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