North East accountancy and wealth management firm Tait Walker has unveiled its new look.
The company has adopted the name of national accountancy association MHA. The rebrand of the company sees MHA added to Tait Walker’s title whilst the firm also adopts the brand of its global network Baker Tilly International.
Unveiled at an exclusive event at the Baltic, Gateshead, in which the Millennium Bridge was illuminated green and the new logo displayed on Baltic Square, the new branding aligns Tait Walker with the MHA network whilst maintaining its local identity in the North of England.
Since becoming a member of MHA in 2011, MHA Tait Walker has helped shape the network into the collaborative and thriving association that it is today. Bringing together like-minded, independent accountancy firms across different regions in the UK, MHA enables firms to share best practice, training, knowledge and skills to ensure that clients get the best possible service. Through MHA, Tait Walker also has membership to Baker Tilly International, an international network of accountancy firms.
Andrew Moorby, managing partner of MHA Tait Walker, said: “It has been fantastic to be a part of MHA for the last eight years and we are really excited to align our branding with the global brand. Our new brand seeks to demonstrate the breadth of resources and skills we can bring to help all our clients.
“Despite this new look we remain an independent North East business, with no changes to our local ownership, management or our commitment to service the business community in the North to the highest possible standard. We have been part of MHA since 2011 and we are simply seeking to emphasise the benefits of this to our clients.”
Over the last eight years Tait Walker has been able to offer both clients and team members a better experience, through the ability to develop new services, share industry expertise and offer staff global standard training and development. This has been achieved through growth in the local delivery of the services that the firm offers, whilst expanding the local team from 110 to 165 members of staff.
The firm will continue to focus on the North and its existing clients, delivering services from its five offices across the North, including Newcastle, Northumberland, Durham, Teesside and Carlisle.
“The new modern look better matches our commitment to making a difference for our clients, our team members and our communities through a local, personal relationship. We share knowledge and experience with other member firms on both a national and global scale, meaning that we can offer our clients the most up to date information and the best possible advice.
“We are looking forward to the year ahead, as we continue to grow and develop with our clients and our team. “