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Roberts Nathan and Russell & Co Unite in Strategic Merger

Jan 1, 1970
Roberts Nathan is delighted to announce a merger with Russell & Co, a well-regarded accounting firm in Cork. The firm will practice under the name Roberts Nathan from its office at 5 Lapps Quay, Cork, with immediate effect. Russell & Co, under the leadership of John Russell, has established an expertise and client-centric approach, offering accountancy and advisory solutions, with particular expertise in insolvency and forensic accounting. Post-merger clients will gain from an expanded pool of resources, access to an international network, and enhanced expertise in various services, including tax consulting. Vivian Nathan, Managing Partner of Roberts Nathan, said, "We are very pleased to unite with Russell & Co. This merger combines two firms with complementary strengths and a shared ethos. It brings together our commitment to servicing owner-managed businesses. By merging our talents and resources, we are better equipped to serve our clients and adapt to the dynamic demands of the market. Like us, John and his team are devoted to ensuring that clients always have access to partners." John Russell, Managing Partner of Russell & Co, commented, “For years, we have provided bespoke advisory services to our clients. In response to the evolving professional services landscape and to further the objectives of the businesses we advise, I am proud to join with Roberts Nathan. It's a win-win for our clients and our team. I am grateful to my staff and clients for their enduring support and look forward to this new chapter.” This merger underlines the firm's commitment to growth, innovation, and delivering exceptional client advice. The combined entity will utilise its collective strengths and expertise to solidify its position as a leading accounting, tax and advisory firm in Ireland. “Roberts Nathan is on a continuous path of growth and innovation, and we are always open to opportunities to collaborate with other firms in Ireland,” concluded Vivian.

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