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MHA Moore and Smalley, which announced a record turnover of £17.77m in June, has taken offices in the heart of Manchester. The office will be led by new partners Andrew Feeke and Colin Abrahams, and new corporate finance director Simon Carruthers, further strengthening the North West and national teams. All three have joined from Baldwins’ Manchester office.

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Moore Stephens Central Audit Team has joined TPA Poland effective 2 September 2019. The combined entity, totally more than 270 experts and with turnover exceeding PLN60m, will be a Baker Tilly network member.

Baker Tilly network strengthens position in Poland
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Baker Tilly extends capabilities and client services in Ireland

Baker Tilly (in Ireland) announces merger with Dublin-based Barr Pomeroy

Baker Tilly, a leading audit, tax, restructuring and EIIS firm in Ireland, has announced a merger with Barr Pomeroy, a Dublin based tax, audit and accountancy practice. The merged firm will trade under the Baker Tilly name.

Neil Hughes, Managing Partner for Baker Tilly said: “Following our joining Baker Tilly International in 2016, we have used the past three years to strengthen the Baker Tilly brand in the Irish market, focusing on our vision to be the leading firm of trusted business advisors to mid-sized owner manager, entrepreneurial and family owned businesses. We believe Barr Pomeroy is an excellent fit for our medium-term growth strategy, taking into account their quality client base, private client focus and industry recognised expertise.”

Alma O’Brien, Head of Tax of Baker Tilly will be joined by Marie Barr in the fast-growing Baker Tilly tax department, adding to the firm’s restructuring and EIIS expertise.

Barr said: “We are excited to join Baker Tilly at this time as the move provides great opportunities for our clients and staff, providing access to even stronger expertise domestically and a huge network of specialists internationally at such a crucial time, as the economy readies itself for Brexit”.

The merger increases staff numbers in Baker Tilly on the island of Ireland to over 130 across its offices in Dublin, Enniscorthy and the network member firm in Belfast.

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