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Santa Fe Associates welcomes new UK member firm

Press Release by Santa Fe Associates International
Press Release by Santa Fe Associates International - Santa Fe Associates Executive Committee is very pleased to announce that it has been admitted as new Certified Member Firms exclusive for the UK to Street Chartered Accountants.
Streets is a leading firm of Chartered Accountants and Tax Advisers and is ranked in the UK top 35 accountancy practices. Founded in Lincoln in 1907, Streets has grown over the years to become a multi regional firm with 12 offices across England in:
  • Hull
  • Manchester
  • Sheffield
  • Lincolnshire
  • Northingamshire
  • Cambridgeshire
  • Suffolk
  • Cambridge
  • Bedfordshire
  • Herfordshire
  • London (two offices)

With 30 partners/directors and over 100 staff, Streets looks after the needs of a diverse range of clients including owner-managed and family businesses, corporate entities, professionals, public and third sector organisation and high net worth individuals.

Therefore we ask to our partners to put their hand together to celebrate this important incorporation and to greet Mr Paul Tutin, who became the firm’s Chairman and Managing Partner in 2003. Paul is also chairman of Streets Financial Consulting plc, a financial planning company

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