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20 new hires for Baker Tilly in Yorkshire

Accountancy firm Baker Tilly has expanded its team in Yorkshire with the appointment of 20 new trainees for its Leeds and Hull offices. The group of graduate and school leaver trainees will be working across the firm’s tax, audit, corporate finance, and accounting and financial reporting practices assisting clients from across

Accountants raise £1400 for charity at Leeds 10K challenge

Accountants at Baker Tilly in Leeds have helped to raise over £1,400 for charity after completing the Leeds 10K corporate challenge in record time. All 22 team members, made up of auditors, tax advisers, corporate financiers and insolvency practitioners from Baker Tilly’s Leeds office, completed the course in under 65 minutes,

Leeds accountants limber up for 10K charity challenge

A team of runners from Baker Tilly in Leeds are limbering up for the Leeds 10K Corporate Challenge which takes place this Sunday. Twenty-two of the firm’s intrepid accountants, tax advisers, corporate financiers and insolvency specialists will be running for Hollybank Trust – a registered charity and care home, specialising in

New president for Bradford Society of Chartered Accountants

Tim Parr, a tax partner at Baker Tilly, has been elected President of the Bradford Society of Chartered Accountants, taking over the reins from Alan Wintersgill. The Society, which represents approximately 850 members in Bradford and Craven in North Yorkshire, organises a number of social and technical events for members throughout

Double honours for Baker Tilly in Yorkshire

Accountancy firm Baker Tilly, which has offices in Leeds and Hull, has won two top industry awards in just one week. The firm has just been named best accountancy firm for smaller companies at the annual Finance Director’s Excellence Awards, adding to its win as accountancy firm of the year 2015

Baker Tilly in Yorkshire responds to latest insolvency figures

Statistics released by the Insolvency Service show that individual insolvencies in England and Wales have reached their lowest levels since the end of 2005 and company insolvencies are at their lowest level since the fourth quarter of 2007. Commenting on the latest figures, Adrian Allen, head of Baker Tilly’s Restructuring and