Tenon offshoot has strong first quarter

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Robert Lovell
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A new accounting firm in Glasgow, established by a group of former RSM Tenon partners, has experienced rapid growth in the first three months of operation.

The start-up firm, called the Consilium Accountancy Group, has so far taken on more than 20 members of staff at its head office in Glasgow.

As reported in Herald Scotland the team has been picking up clients across Scotland and is now looking to become an accredited training centre for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS).

Last August the six partners - Charles Burton, Tom Arbuckle, John Blair, Raymond Clarke, David Holt and James Goodman - stepped down from Tenon just days a pre-pack deal was struck with Baker Tilly.

The partners had to wait until May this year before they could work again due to restrictive covenants, but then got engaged in a court battle after the deal went through to set up their own practice.

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