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Hayles & Partners merges with McGregors


Combined independent accounting firm named MGC Hayles

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Leicester-based accountancy firm Hayles & Partners has announced a merger of its business with the Nottingham and Birmingham offices of McGregors Corporate.

The combined accountancy firm will be re-named MGC Hayles. Spread across three offices in the Midlands and Leicestershire, the merged firm will have a workforce of 50.

It will also seek membership of the UK200 Group of independent UK accounting and legal firms.

Commenting on the move, Geoff Banks, the founding partner of Hayles, said, "Combining our business with McGregors will enable us to continue to develop its services and support businesses in Leicestershire and the Midlands for many years to come."

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