Scotland + England + Ireland + International
AAB and Glasgow-based accountants, Hardie Caldwell merged in June 2021 to accelerate AAB’s plans of becoming a leading Scottish regional player across the country’s 3 biggest cities, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen.
AAB and Hardie Caldwell reported a combined turnover last financial year of £30m with ambition to deliver £50m group revenue by 2025 following the merger. The two companies will seamlessly join together having worked in partnership with each other as part of the UK-wide Accelerate association of accounting firms for the last three decades. Both AAB and Hardie Caldwell clients shall benefit from gaining access to a group with broader resources and enhanced service capability, particularly across the Central Belt of Scotland where AAB will now have an 80+ strong team.
Read the deal announcement press release here.
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AAB is a member of Accelerate, an alliance member of top accounting network Crowe Global, and is the Scottish member firm of The International Accounting Group (TIAG). Find out more about our international expertise here.
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