SRLV are a top 40 accounting firm in the UK. Based in the West End and founded some 30 years ago, SRLV supports numerous high net worth individuals, A-list celebrities, musicians and leading sportspeople as well as companies and their owners.
SRLV said becoming part of ETL was the ideal strategic outcome, enabling it to continue operating independently in the best interests of its clients, whilst gaining access to ETL’s European and worldwide footprint and multi-disciplinary services, which span tax, legal, audit and accountancy.
Richard Rosenberg, senior partner at SRLV, said: “This is an exciting time for SRLV. Our clients are always our main focus and this move allows us to continue to provide our unique service and expertise. This was the logical next step for our business and joining the ETL group will bring SRLV exciting opportunities for further growth.”
After completion the existing SRLV partners will continue to lead the firm, maintaining their focus on strong client relationships, and providing commercially-minded advice to entrepreneurial individuals and businesses in London, and around the World.
Akbar Ali, head of the corporate department at Glaisyers Solicitors – who led the acquisition acting for ETL, said: “ETL have a specific growth model and investment strategy, providing backing to high quality businesses across the UK and worldwide, allowing them to flexibly grow. I am thrilled to have acted on this highly technical deal bringing SRLV into the ETL network.”
The partners in SRLV were advised by Charles Russell Speechlys with a team led by Martin Wright and Georgie Harris. Martin Wright said “This is a great deal for both the SRLV partners and ETL, both as a transaction and in creating a platform upon which SRLV can go from strength to strength. We were delighted to support the team at SRLV throughout the deal.”
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