Welsh Accountants Bevan Buckland LLP Ranked Top 30 in UK

Wales-based accountancy and financial planning specialists, Bevan Buckland LLP, has been ranked a top 30 mid-tier accountancy practice in the UK by industry bible Accountancy Age.

The firm, which has its headquarters in Swansea, in the only independent accounting practice in Wales to make the  Mid-Tier Power Index list, which spotlights excellence in the industry across the UK. The ranking judges mid-tier firms in the UK based upon their strategic planning, profitability/growth, professional excellence, people & community.

Alison Vickers, Managing Partner at Bevan Buckland LLP, said: “We are very pleased to be ranked highly on the Mid-Tier Power Index, which is recognised by our industry peers and by clients as a mark of quality. It is a great achievement since we are the only independent Welsh firm on the list. The Bevan Buckland ethos has always been one of continual growth and improvement and of strategic investment and planning, so we are delighted these attributes have been recognised by the judges. We have a number of initiatives in place designed to nurture and develop our team members to thrive and to enhance their skills and expertise, including our very popular skills academy, and I feel this is one of our great strengths, which is benefitting not only the company but the wider economy here in Wales.”

This latest accolade follows on from Bevan Buckland LLP, being named one of the top 100 accountancy businesses in the UK in the Accountancy Age Top 50 + 50 List.

The practice, which is more than 120 years old, is going through a period of expansion and it now has five offices: in Swansea, Carmarthen, Pembroke Dock, Haverfordwest and Cowbridge.

Bevan Buckland LLP is the largest independent accountancy firm in Wales providing practical support and strategic accounting, tax and financial planning advice for small to medium-sized businesses.

For more information go to: www.bevanbuckland.co.uk

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