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UHY Hacker Young merges with John A. Tuffin & Co. LLP

Press release by UHY

Press release by UHY – The Hove office of UHY Hacker Young, part of the UHY Hacker Young national accountancy group, is delighted to announce that it has merged with the Brighton accountancy firm, John A. Tuffin & Co. LLP.

As part of the move, partners Roger and Peter Tuffin and their staff will join UHY Hacker Young at their offices in Hove.

Richard Simmons, Managing Partner at UHY Hacker Young’s Hove office, comments: “Our merger is great news for both sets of clients who will benefit from the shared experience of our two teams.”

“The merger gives us a great opportunity to expand the range of services that we will be able to offer our enlarged client base. John A. Tuffin’s clients will benefit from the auditing service offered by us at UHY Hacker Young, while our own clients will now have access to an expanded range of products including will writing and estate planning and administration.”

“Our international network will offer John A. Tuffin’s clients advice and support if they wish to expand overseas.”

“Over the past few months, the partners at the two firms got to know each other very well and it became apparent very quickly that the two firms share the same values and commitment to best practice.”

“We are very pleased with the merger and the easy transition. All our current and future clients will be able to quickly access an even greater range of expertise and experience with the same strong commitment to excellent customer service.”

Peter Tuffin comments: “The synergies the combined firms will generate will be of great benefit to our clients both current and in the future. I am really looking forward to the opportunities the merger will bring and to the enhanced service our clients will enjoy."

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