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County accountancy firm in expansion move

One of Shrewsbury’s largest accountancy firms has expanded with the acquisition of another practice from the county town.

Dyke Yaxley announced that it has taken on Gorman Evans, a long-established, family-run Shrewsbury practice with seven members of staff, for an undisclosed sum.

Sean Gorman has been appointed a director at Dyke Yaxley and brings with him a broad spectrum of clients and an experienced team of professionals.

Managing director of Dyke Yaxley, Laurie Riley (pictured with Sean Gorman), said: “This is an exciting time for us and we are thrilled to welcome Sean Gorman and his team to Dyke Yaxley.  

“We are proud of our Shropshire roots and the great relationships we have with our clients. Our independence and heritage in the county represents important stability to our clients, whatever their size and we look forward to welcoming Sean’s clients to Dyke Yaxley.” 

Sean has worked in the accountancy industry for over 40 years and has a wealth of experience providing advice and support to businesses and individuals alike. 

He said: “Dyke Yaxley has an impeccable reputation and the firm was the natural choice for both my clients and staff to join. 

“Although one of the largest and most-established full-service accountancy practices in Shropshire, Dyke Yaxley has managed to retain its strong values of offering personal and friendly service. 

“Our work is all about establishing long-term relationships and professional integrity and these things are at the very heart of Dyke Yaxley’s business. 

“I am looking forward to working with the directors to both consolidate relationships with my existing clients and also growing our client base.”



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