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Parker Randall International welcomes Streets Chartered Accountants as a member firm in England

Press release by Parker Randall International
Press release by Parker Randall International - Parker Randall International Limited has strengthened its UK coverage with the admission of Streets Chartered Accountants as a member firm in England with effective from 23 September 2016.

Streets is a UK top 40 firm of Chartered Accountants with offices in Bedford, Cambridge, Grantham & Newark, Hull, Lincoln, Manchester, Newmarket, Northampton, Peterborough, Sheffield, and Stevenage.  Streets has 29 Partners and Directors and employs over 100 members of staff and the firm is a recognised training practice.

The firm provides a full range of assurance, tax and advisory services to both private and public companies across a range of sectors.

Jason Parker, CEO of Parker Randall International said: "We are really delighted to welcome Streets Chartered Accountants to Parker Randall International as our Midland representative. We are looking to recruit other UK firms during first half of 2017 in order to strengthen the Parker Randall International brand in the UK. Streets fits well with our value and culture as well as the global objective.     

Paul Tutin, Managing Partner at Streets added: “Parker Randall International is a recognised brand in global accountancy. We felt it was important to join a forward looking international network, both to connect our clients to quality assured firms around the world and to improve our global visibility.  This key strategic move reflects the increasing importance of supporting clients as they expand internationally.

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