Runner-up Milstead Langdon
MILSTED Langdon is bucking the national trend by recruiting over the last three months, helping to boost Bristol's image as a major financial services centre.
The new recruits range from trainees to managers. One new face in the office is that of Kevin Butler, the Bank of England's agent in the South West for seven years. He has been taken on as a consultant economist.
Within the last 12 months Milsted Langdon has also gained more than 100 new clients, most coming through referrals from existing clients.
This firm of chartered accountants and business advisers has grown both organically and through a number of small acquisitions since it was founded in 1988. The practice now has 16 partners and around 150 staff at its three offices in Bristol, Taunton and Yeovil. It was created by chartered accountants Simon Milsted and Jonathan Langdon who had previously worked at the Bristol offices of Price Waterhouse and Coopers Lybrand, respectively, before the firms merged. Jonathan Langdon remains with the practice as its Chairman and founding partner.
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The firm's main client base is owner-managed businesses and high net worth individuals. It has launched a "one-stop shop" of services for new start-up firms which often require extra support, and a Business Club, modelled on the Bank of England's regional Business Panels.
Roger Isaacs, partner responsible for the Bristol office of Milsted Langdon, said: "Bristol is a thriving hub of business activity and we are proud to be able to play our part in helping the city's businesses to grow and succeed."