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Wardle Osborne Joins PKF New England North West

23 Feb 2018

The Partners of Chartered Accounting firms, Wardle Osborne and PKF New England North West (PKF) are pleased to announce their merger, consolidating their position as a leading Tamworth accountancy, audit and business advisory practice.

The merger, effective from 2 March 2018, brings principals Tim Wardle and Ben Osborne into the PKF family. The two firms share a similar set of values and core philosophy and look forward to working closely as one to provide a superior client experience.

Brian Wall, Managing Partner of PKF said, “Wardle Osborne service the same core market as ourselves. The merger of our two teams strengthens the depth, knowledge and capability of both practices and positions us well to meet the ongoing needs of our combined client base.”

Ben Osborne, Partner of Wardle Osborne said, “We are excited about this opportunity to bring two groups of excellent people together. Our clients gain access to the broader range of services available via PKF locally and through its broader network whilst maintaining the current relationships and trust that have been built with us over many years.  It is a win for everyone ”

Whilst local PKF network firms are all independently owned, they operate on a collaborative basis in 150 countries across 5 continents. In Australia PKF is a top 10 accounting group. By accessing these combined resources PKF New England North West are able to offer their clients unrivalled access to specialist advice and services from experts from around the world.

From 2 March 2018 Wardle Osborne will relocate to PKF‘s Bourke Street office. The merged firm will operate under the name PKF New England North West.

For more information contact:

Brian Wall or Ben Osborne (02) 6768 4500

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