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DSG expands team as revenues rise

Its recent performance also follows the completion of a transaction in 2019 when DSG secured the transfer of the Liverpool audit practice of international accounting firm Mazars

Liverpool-based independent accountancy practice DSG Chartered Accountants (DSG) has revealed its annualised revenues increased by more than five per cent since March as demand for the firm’s services grows following the pandemic.

As a result of its recent growth, the firm has made 10 new hires across its audit, accounts and tax teams in the last four months which brings its total headcount to 95.

From its headquarters in Liverpool and an office in North Wales, DSG provides independent audit, accountancy, and advisory services to a variety of small, medium and larger businesses.

The firm is a member of DFK International, a global association of accounting firms, that provides the firm’s clients “access to knowledge” on a global scale in matters such as tax planning, expanding overseas and regular compliance.

Its recent performance also follows the completion of a transaction in 2019 when DSG secured the transfer of the Liverpool audit practice of international accounting firm Mazars. The deal included most of Mazars’ audit clients and staff in the city, including directors Neil Kelly and Angela Harrison, bringing an additional eight team members to DSG and creating the largest independent audit team in Liverpool.

Angela Harrison, corporate director at DSG Chartered Accountants, said: “Transferring from Mazars to DSG was a great move for the team at the right time, and the results of this year are evidence of how seamless the integration has been even whilst most of it took place during the pandemic.”

Andrew Moss, partner at DSG Chartered Accountants, added: “As the country returns to normal, we have been able to continue to provide practical advice to help our clients achieve their commercial objectives, and I look forward to seeing our team continue to grow and support the SME community in the Liverpool City Region.”

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