Tim Barley, cba; Alan Drant, Sadofskys; Alan Brocklehurst, Sadofskys; and Chris Brown, cba.
Clare Burnett

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East Yorkshire accountants in strategic merger

East Yorkshire accountancy firms cba and Sadofskys are joining forces to create a 70 strong team.

Hull-based Sadofskys Chartered Accountants (Sadofskys) and Beverley-based cba Chartered Accountants (cba) have announced that their respective partners and board of directors have approved a definitive agreement for the organisations to formally merge in March 2015 and practice as cbaSadofskys.

Alan Brocklehurst, managing director of cbaSadofskys, who is now in his second term as president of the Humberside and District Society of Chartered Accountants said: “The combination of Sadofskys and cba creates an exciting opportunity for our company and clients.

“In addition to creating an industry-leading company, this is a compelling financial and strategic move that we firmly believe will position us as one of the most experienced practices in Hull and East Yorkshire.

“The merger will yield many synergies and benefits in the years ahead.”

cbaSadofskys will be headquartered, in Wright Street, Hull, and cba’s current office in Beverley will remain. Overall the merger will see more than 70 staff coming together to deliver business, accountancy and taxation services for businesses ranging from start-ups and small and medium enterprises to multi million pound trading entities.

Their combined portfolio also includes schools, academies and a wide range of public and third sector organisations.

Sadofskys and cba will officially join forces on 1st March 2015.

This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Clare Burnett .

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