Rebrand for accountancy firm

Accountancy and business advisory firm MHA Moore and Smalley has unveiled a new brand identity as it looks to “closer align itself” with its national and international networks.

The move brings the firm’s branding in line with MHA, the association of eight independent UK accountancy and business advisory firms, and the Baker Tilly International network, which it is also a member of.

Graham Gordon, managing partner of MHA Moore and Smalley, who has helped oversee growth in turnover to £16.6m at the firm, said: “As an independent firm, but part of the MHA and Baker Tilly International networks, we have the national and global reach to help us create new opportunities for our clients.”

Founded in 1892, Moore and Smalley has been part of the MHA association since 2010 and adopted the MHA prefix to its name in 2017.

The firm has offices across Lancashire in Preston, Blackpool and Lancaster as well as Kendal, Southport, Liverpool and Manchester.

MHA firms collectively employ more than 2,200 staff and have a combined turnover of £152m.

Baker Tilly International is the world’s 10th largest accountancy and business advisory network.