Accountancy firm accelerates regional growth with the launch of two new offices

Accountancy firm accelerates regional growth with the launch of two new offices

11:47 11 September in Member News

Yorkshire-based accountants Brearley & Co has widened its presence across the county by opening two new offices.

The firm has acquired two offices, previously owned by F L Accounting. Founder of F L Accounting, Mark Jenkinson, previously operated as Sochall Smith Accountants, Sheffield for over 25 years, before demerging from this entity three years ago.

“We searched for over three years to find an accountancy practice that could take on our clients and team and Brearley & Co were my ideal choice. They have the structure, skill set and culture.

“We look forward to working with them and assisting their expansion.” Added Mark Jenkinson, Founder of F L Accounting Limited.

Brearley & Co accountants will retain all existing staff at F L, whilst growing the current services offered to their client base.

The expansion will take their office count to five, with the firm housing spaces in Mexborough, Dinnington, Barnsley, Doncaster and Chapeltown. Since 1984, Brearley & Co’s presence has rapidly strengthened as they relocate across Yorkshire accordingly.

Specialising in various sectors, the well-established firm shares expertise in services, such as taxation, self-assessment tax returns, debt recovery, payroll, annual accounts, VAT services, auto enrolment services and financial advice.

The move is set to bring a wealth of opportunities for clients and employees, including the potential for recruitment as the firm grows.

Mark Smallman, Managing Director said, “We are excited to announce the move into two new catchment areas of Doncaster and Chapeltown. We welcome FL Accounting’s team into our growing organisation, and look forward to working with their clients.”

Brearley & Co are often commemorated for its charity fundraisers for organisations over the last 40 years. The accountancy firm is known to regularly support local charities like Rotherham Hospice and Bluebell Wood, as well as Dinnington Town FC.

Kieran Bridges
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