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Winburn Glass Norfolk merges with Murray Harcourt

In the UK, two Leeds-based business advisory and accountancy firms are merging as of 1 August 2019 Winburn Glass Norfolk (WGN) will merge with boutique firm Murray Harcourt, creating a practice with a team of 65 operating under the Murray Harcourt brand. The entire WGN team will move to Murray Harcourt.

Colin Glass, senior partner at WGN, said, “We are delighted to be merging with Murray Harcourt whose ethos is similar to our own, namely constantly striving to add value to clients by providing a comprehensive and first class service in all aspects of business advisory, audit, taxation and corporate finance. We look forward to continuing to build upon Murray Harcourt’s already dynamic full-service independent accountancy practice.”

Murray Harcourt Managing Partner, Richard Bright comments “We are delighted to welcome the WGN team and look forward to working together to continue providing the highest levels of client service. This is another exciting step along the Murray Harcourt journey, giving us the opportunity to broaden our talent pool, welcoming the experience and skills that the WGN team will bring, adding value to our clients who are at the centre of everything we do.”

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