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Cowgills join UK200Group

Cowgills is the latest addition to the UK200Group. Headquartered in Bolton – with offices in Manchester, Liverpool and Yorkshire – Cowgills is one of the North West’s leading chartered accountants and business advisory firms. Established in 1983, its clients are located across the UK but predominantly in the North West.

Cowgills work with growing and entrepreneurial businesses across a wide range of sectors. The firm is led by a team of nine partners and over 180 staff. It specialises in a full range of business advisory services including: corporate finance, tax, audit, business recovery, outsourcing and wealth management, providing a joined-up approach to its clients.

Rob Lord, Partner, Cowgills, said: “We have a wide network and therefore partnering with UK200Group is the perfect fit for Cowgills as we look to expand our business both in the UK and internationally.

“The UK200Group allows us to gain and share both technical and strategic information with our co-members, who share the same ethos as us and support growth.  As a full service firm, we are well placed to advise our co-members with speciality services to meet their needs.

“We are committed to ‘Building Better Together’ for our own clients as well as clients of our co-members”.

UK200Group is the UK’s leading association of independent chartered accountancy and law firms, with connections around the world. The association brings together around 150-member offices in the UK with more than 500 partners who represent c.150,000 SME business clients and with international links in nearly 70 countries.

Declan Swan, CEO of the UK200Group said: “I am delighted that Cowgills has joined the UK200Group. Established for over 30 years, Cowgills is a full-service offering firm, and with an entrepreneurial ethos and partner-led approach; a great addition to the UK200Group membership. On behalf of our members I’d like to welcome them and look forward to working with them in the future.”


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Posted by Rob Lord
10th January, 2019
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