Xeinadin Group is proud to be placed as #17 on the Accountancy Age 50 + 50 ranking, up from our 18th position last year. This is our second appearance in the rankings since our debut last year.
The ranking shines a spotlight on those firms shaping and changing the accounting industry and we are thrilled to be seen as one of those Top 20 companies. We’ve been working hard to grow our key divisions such as Corporate Finance, Corporate Recovery and Indirect Tax.
The rankings collate information on the top 100 firms, ranking them by total fee income for each financial year. As the figures only measure UK fee income, we believe we would be comfortably inside the top 15 if our Irish fee income were included in the rankings.
It’s been a busy year for the Group and our growth has continued at pace since our investment from and partnership with Exponent. This can be seen in our 22% increase in UK revenue to £99.3m and the acquisition of numerous firms including Scott & Wilkinson, Bostock White and Peter Howard & Co. We’ve also made some impressive hires such as Tim Halford, recently announced as our CCO.
Derry Crowley, CEO, said: “We are thrilled to be recognised again in the Accountancy Age 50 + 50. We are consistently moving up the rankings since our first entry last year and are pleased to be seen next to other industry heavyweights. We’ll continue to focus on growth, the integration of the group and the development of people and processes that enable the best possible service to our clients. We’re looking forward to seeing where we are next year…”