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WAB Corporate Team advise Top 100 accountancy practice Shaw Gibbs on acquisition of Wise & Co

Following investment by Apiary Capital in November 2022, (advised by White & Black), top 100 accountancy practice Shaw Gibbs has successfully acquired the business of Wise & CO chartered accountants and business advisors.

Peter O’Connell, Managing Partner of Shaw Gibbs adds:

“White & Black have again provided us with pragmatic, accessible support of the highest quality. The team are thoroughly knowledgeable, and their technical expertise brings with it real, tangible value.

There is no doubt that we will gain and learn a significant amount from our partnership with Wise as it is clear they have an abundance of skills, experience and market-knowledge. Our expansion plans are based on ‘one culture, one approach’ regardless of geographical location with our company values of: Expert, Respectful, Innovative and Collaborative at the heart of all we do.”

The White & Black team was led by John Allen, Head of White & Black’s Corporate Practice. You can read the full Shaw Gibbs press release, here.

About the client

Shaw Gibbs is a top 100 accountancy practice who provide expert solutions for entrepreneurial businesses and private individuals in Central and Southern England. Shaw Gibbs invest in their teams of high-quality specialists who work with the best-in-breed technology to create value for our clients which exceeds expectation.

Disclaimer: This article is produced for and on behalf of White & Black Limited, which is a limited liability company registered in England and Wales with registered number 06436665. It is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. The contents of this article should be viewed as opinion and general guidance, and should not be treated as legal advice.

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