Baker Tilly UK is to become a member of the RSM International network following its acquisition of RSM Tenon last year.
The firm will join the worldwide audit, tax and advisory network of independent firms later this year on completion of a notice period.
Laurence Longe, managing partner at Baker Tilly, said: “Membership in the dynamic global network of RSM will bring huge benefits to Baker Tilly and we believe it to be in the best interests of our clients, partners and staff.
“We are proud of the quality of our service delivery and our excellent client list and have full confidence that RSM member firms will help us deliver the services our expanding international client base requires.
“Our firm’s strategic vision fits perfectly with that of RSM and we are very pleased to be joining such a vibrant, forward-thinking network.”
Baker Tilly acquired RSM Tenon in August 2013 after the latter entered administration after sole lender Lloyds Bank withdrew its support from the firm.
Jean Stephens, CEO of RSM International, commented: “Baker Tilly is a large, well respected, quality national UK firm with a diverse client base.
“There is a natural alignment with RSM with respect to core values, focus on quality and aspirations for growth and development. In reaching this decision, we have engaged in an in-depth mutual due diligence process.
“The Baker Tilly team has met with RSM members in Asia Pacific, Latin America, Europe, Africa and the US and it is clear there is a strong cultural fit and alignment in vision and purpose. Their admission will be of significant benefit to clients of RSM member firms across the globe.”