Mercer & Hole merge with Rickmansworth accountants Day, Smith & Hunter
Mercer & Hole are delighted to announce that three new partners are joining the firm and in addition to London, St Albans and Milton Keynes, Mercer & Hole will have a new office in Rickmansworth.
On 1 October 2016, Mark Cassidy, David Jones and Sandy Bell will become partners of Mercer & Hole and will be based at the firm’s Rickmansworth office.
Mercer & Hole’s growth is the result of a merger with the Rickmansworth office of Day, Smith & Hunter (DSH), who are a natural fit for the firm, also being independent, successful and long established.
This is a progressive development for Mercer & Hole which will extend the firm’s geographical reach and further strengthen their presence in the South East. Mercer & Hole are already a Top 50 Accountancy Firm, Top 25 for Private Client and Top 25 for Financial Planning.
Under the Mercer & Hole umbrella, former clients of DSH’s Rickmansworth office will enjoy continuity of service from Mark, David, Sandy and the rest of the Rickmansworth team. They will also benefit from the extensive range of in-house specialist services Mercer & Hole offer, including Corporate Advisory, Private Client, Trusts, Financial Planning and VAT.
Mercer & Hole also has international reach through TIAG (The International Accounting Group), of which the firm was a founder member. TIAG is now a global alliance of more than 115 independent accountancy firms, operating in over 65 countries.
Date: 20th September, 2016
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