On Monday 20th October 2014, Beechams LLP Chartered Accountants joined Price Bailey.
As from that day, Ravi Parmar, Stephen Ufland and the team from Beechams transferred to Price Bailey’s London City office which is situated on the 7th Floor of Dashwood House, 69 Old Broad Street, in London.
Beechams was founded over 60 years ago and has grown steadily in recent years with its mix of International business and UK SME clients. Ravi and Stephen both felt the chance to join up with a larger practice would allow them the opportunity to extend the level of advisory services they currently offer.
Stephen Ufland added ”We are absolutely delighted to be joining Price Bailey. After determining that it was in the best of interests of our clients, employees and partners that we join a larger firm, Price Bailey stood out from amongst our various options. The two firms have shared values and very similar philosophies.
This move for Beechams marks a significant milestone in realising our aim of providing our clients with an ever-expanding range of professional services. Our being part of Price Bailey offers our clients a greater range and depth of services.
We strongly believe that as part of Price Bailey we will be able to offer our employees a wider range of career opportunities and this all translates into being only positive for our clients. We are all extremely pleased about this move and look forward to playing our part in the exciting future of Price Bailey”
Price Bailey is one of the fastest growing top 40 firms and they have a range of specialists in many areas of business advisory services, including a comprehensive private client offering, some very strong business sector teams and offshore trust and fiduciary expertise.
The firm was recently named the Leading Adviser Practice at the Aberdeen UK Platform Awards. It is also holder of the Audit Firm award and has been Accountancy Age Large Firm of the year in the past.
Martin Clapson, the Managing Director of Price Bailey commented “I have been very impressed with Beechams since our first meeting. As fellow UK 200 members we knew we could rely on their professionalism and competence and their work in North America in particular will add to our global connections.”