Zenith Hygiene Group appoints PwC as auditors

Zenith Hygiene Group appoints PwC as auditors

Audit services generated £113,000 for Baker Tilly in 2015

ZENITH Hygiene Group, the UK’s largest independent manufacturer of cleaning and hygiene products, has indulged in an early spring clean of its audit function with the announcement that it is to replace incumbent Baker Tilly with PwC.

The 20-year-old company’s audit was worth £113,000 in 2015.

Ringo Francis, CEO of Zenith Hygiene, said: “I was very impressed with PwC’s approach to our business. As Zenith prepares for the next phases in its growth it is important that we have the right advisors on board. The team at PwC tick all the right boxes and we look forward to a long relationship.”

 

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