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mgr joins the ETL Global network

London accountancy practise mgr has partnered with and become a member of the ETL Global network.

mgr has a team of 13 partners and a total staff count of 90. It offers services in accounting support, audit, business support and advice, company secretarial, forensic accounting, human resources and payroll, and tax and VAT.

mgr’s partner Joe Weston said: “From a client point of view, nothing will change in the attention and care we provide on a day-to-day basis. The way the network operates means we will continue to offer clients the same levels of service as they now receive and will maintain our existing and valued relationship with them. The network will, though, give us and our client’s direct access to the extended skills and contacts of an international professional services network.

“We believe this is an exciting opportunity for both our clients and our staff, all of whom will benefit from this new relationship. It will enable us to extend the breadth of our services and will also enable us to forge ahead in providing dynamic advice in a rapidly changing market place.”

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