Wolrige Mahon Collins Barrow rebrands as Baker Tilly
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Wolrige Mahon Collins Barrow rebrands as Baker Tilly


Wolrige Mahon Collins Barrow has rebranded as Baker Tilly Canada after decades as a member of the international network.

The rebrand comes just months after Collins Barrow, Wolrige Mahon and CW Group combined to form one of the biggest independent accounting firms in Canada. Collins Barrow first joined Baker Tilly in 2009, whereas Wolrige Mahon has been a member of the network since 1988.

The firm spans Canada from Toronto and Montreal to Vancouver. It offers clients the full spectrum of services across the tax, audit and accounting disciplines.

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