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Baker Tilly to merge with Richardson Groves

Baker Tilly will merge with Richardson Groves, doubling the size of the firm’s Bath office in England.  

Richardson Groves is a four partner accounting and tax advisory firm based in Bath.

The firm has more than 25 years experience in advising owner-managed business, high net worth private clients and its strategy fits well with Baker Tilly, the firm said.

The merged business will continue to focus on these core areas with both firms providing complementary benefits to clients and intermediaries across the local area.

Richardson Groves’ staff are expected to transfer to Baker Tilly’s offices at Charter House over the coming weeks.

This is the second merger for Baker Tilly in England’s south west region in the last year. It also merged with independent chartered accountants Robson Talyor, based in Bath and Bristol. 

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