Horwath Clark Whitehill has adopted the Crowe
Horwath International brand, becoming Crowe Clark Whitehill.

The firm said the revision reflects the
prominence of its position within Crowe Horwath International.

The international network changed its name
last year, combining the former Horwath International brand with
the network’s US firm and largest member, Crowe Horwath, which
previously operated as Crowe Chizek.

However, unlike many of the networks other
members, the firm decided to drop Horwath in its name.

Crowe Clark Whitehill explained this is
because of the history associated with Clark Whitehill in the
UK.

As part of a wider growth strategy Crowe Clark
Whitehill now plans to expand its client service offering and
strengthen its office network nationwide.

The firm currently has 72 partners and about
500 staff across eight offices in the UK and reported revenues of
£57m ($90m) in the year to 31 March 2009.

International Accounting Bulletin
ranked Crowe Clark Whitehill as the UK’s twelfth-largest
accountancy firm in its most recent UK survey report.

 

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