Robert Preece, Director, MHA Broomfield Alexander
South Wales professional advisors MHA Broomfield Alexander, which has offices in Cardiff , Newport and Swansea, has today (4 November 2010) announced that it has joined a new association which it says will be a catalyst for significant new business opportunities across the UK and internationally.
Its membership of, MHA (MacIntyre Hudson Association), an association of independent accountancy and business advisory firms, will allow it to offer a greater range of services to its clients and build business by being able to tender for national contracts.
Joining MHA will also bring with it membership of one of the leading international associations of independent accountants, business consultants and lawyers, Morison International, giving MHA Broomfield Alexander clients with aspirations outside the UK access to overseas offices and international advice and expertise.
Robert Preece, Managing Director of MHA Broomfield Alexander, said the move would help the firm achieve greater growth in coming years without merging with another practice.
“Broomfield & Alexander has a reputation in Wales that means we would never want to merge or lose our name. Mergers and acquisitions are one way to grow, but another is for firms to retain their independence but link up to share resources, knowledge and experience – that is what we have chosen to do.
“As soon as MacIntyre Hudson approached us, we could see that becoming part of MHA would mean we could achieve more for our clients and for our future.”
MHA Broomfield Alexander is one of six UK firms to join MHA, along with Carpenter Box, Henderson Loggie, Larking Gowen, Moore and Smalley, and MacIntyre Hudson, the firm that originated the idea.
Mike Brown, Chairman of MHA, said: “We have worked hard to find like-minded firms with outstanding reputations in their field of expertise or geographical area, and MHA Broomfield Alexander fitted the bill in Wales”.
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