Baker Tilly International

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Baker Tilly International
Accountancy Network
IndustryProfessional services
HeadquartersNew Bridge Street House, 30-34 New Bridge Street, London, United Kingdom
Business Consulting
Revenue$3.23 billion USD (2016)
Number of employees
WebsiteInternational Website

Baker Tilly International is an accountancy and business advisory network represented by 126 member firms in 147 countries. The company recognizes member firms that operate in more than one country as one member. Since the resignation of the most influential members of the Portuguese firm, known in the market as "Gaviões", the head office is planning a re-branding in order to remove the sparrow-hawk from its logo. They have over 30,000 partners and staff.[1]

Its combined fee income of its independent members was US$3.23bn (£2.6bn) for fiscal year 2016.[1] By combined fee income of the company's independent members Baker Tilly is the 8th largest accountancy and business advisory network in the world.[2][better source needed]


After merging five firms in India Baker Tilly DHB became that country's sixth largest firm.[3]

Baker Tilly Russaudit was founded in 1992, growing to 200 employees by the end of 2015. At that time the former Russian member of Grant Thornton decided to join with Baker Tilly International giving the firm 18 partners and over 500 employees under the name Baker Tilly Russia. The merged company expected to see a turnover of 1 bn Russian roubles ($16 million) from five offices in Moscow, St Petersburg, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod and Tver.[4]


  1. ^ a b "Baker Tilly International posts 6.2% growth to £2.6bn". CCH Daily. 6 February 2017. Retrieved 14 May 2017.
  2. ^ "Cherry Bekaert Launches Technology Solutions Group". PRWeb. 27 April 2017. Retrieved 14 May 2017.
  3. ^ Sachin, Dave (28 May 2016). "Seven partners with 80 of their members left BDO to pursue their own practice". Economic Times of India. Retrieved 14 May 2017.
  4. ^ "Grant Thornton Russia moves over to rival Baker Tilly". Retrieved 2017-05-14.

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