The new firm will offer a full spectrum of services to clients across the tax, audit, accounting and advisory disciplines.
“We are also proud to become members of the Collins Barrow National Network, which boasts a close-knit network of 49 offices across Canada,” David Kemp, a partner at the new firm [Wolrige Mahon Collins Barrow], told International Tax Review.
Kemp and fellow partner John Sinclair had left Collins Barrow in January after the Toronto branch of the firm was taken over by RSM because they were keen to remain part of the Baker Tilly network, which Wolrige Mahon Collins Barrow will be part of.
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