Baker Tilly PurserBlade merges with Glass Radcliffe Chan

Accountancy firms Baker Tilly PurserBlade and Glass Radcliffe Chan have announced that they are to merge, in a move aimed at securing the fast moving China restructuring market.

Everyone has a China angle these days… and if you don't, you had better get one For Baker Tilly PurserBlade, the Hong Kong office of the international accountancy network Baker Tilly, having a successful regional restructuring and insolvency practice was not enough The firm decided that it needed the depth offered by an on-the-ground tax and audit capability in the Middle Kingdom

The merger announced yesterday with Glass Radcliffe Chan will bring just such an angle Glass Radcliffe Chan operates through eleven offices in China under the name of Zheng Feng and has been around since 1976

The deal will see Baker Tilly's two equity partners, Rupert Purser and Simon Blade, merge their firm with...

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