IAN SADLER has been appointed as global compliance and outsourcing partner by Top Ten firm Baker Tilly.
Sadler spent nearly ten years in the same role at EY between 2001 and 2010 before a move to Deloitte, where he spent more than two years before starting his own business.
The appointment aims to take advantage of the “new opportunities” provided by Baker Tilly’s membership of the RSM International network, which operates across more than 100 countries.
Baker Tilly’s London regional managing partner Jez Filley said: “Many multi-nationals struggle with the complexity of dealing with different compliance regimes around the world. Our membership of the RSM International network allows us to offer greater support to both in-bound businesses and UK corporates expanding overseas. Ian brings with him unrivalled experience in this field, and we are delighted to welcome him to Baker Tilly.”
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