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Haslers brings R L Jackson & Co into the fold

Haslers takes on seven staff into its Loughton office

HASLERS has expanded in the Essex region, merging long-extablished R L Jackson & Co into its business.

Loughton-based Haslers has brought seven staff on board with the Jacksons merger. No redundancies have been made in the process. Robert Jackson, who heads up the merged firm and has served in accountancy for more than 50 years, joins Haslers as a consultant.

“Having worked with Haslers in the past on a number of projects I am delighted that our two firms are coming together,” said Jackson.

“There is strong demand for the high-quality services we are able to provide and I am certain that our merger will strengthen our position as one of the top firms in Essex. I look forward to seeing what the future holds.”

Jacksons’ clients range from sub-contractors to mid-size limiteds, and also has a specialism in the dental profession.

Laurence Jacobs, chairman of Haslers, said: “This merger is a step in the growth of our firm and represents our commitment to provide exceptional services to a wide range of clients.

“Everyone at Haslers is delighted to be merging with R L Jackson & Co and we welcome the expertise and experience that their team brings with them. I am certain that our firm has a bright future.”

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