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Baker Tilly in the UK appoints head of professional services group

Baker Tilly in the UK has appointed Rowan Williams as head of the firms professional services group, effective 1 April.

In her new role Williams will lead the firm's multidisciplinary team of partners and managers including legal professionals, architects, management consultants, surveyors and other professionals.

Williams joined Baker Tilly in 2009 as an audit and advisory partner and has led the firm's London business advisory team and the professional services group in the London and South regions.

Prior to joining Baker Tilly, Williams was an audit partner at BDO UK for nine years.

"I'm excited to be taking on this role at a really interesting time for the professional services sector," She said commenting on her appointment. "Whilst the growing economy offers real opportunities, barriers to entry in the sector are changing, and businesses need to be nimble and stay one step ahead of competitive developments to ensure their long term stability and growth."

Baker Tilly in the UK is a former member firm of Baker Tilly international, which has now joined RSM international.

 

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