Ridgefield Consulting Announces Brand Merge With Kench & Co

Ridgefield Consulting – an independent tax and accounting practice – based in Oxford is delighted to announce its merger with sister company, Kench & Co in Henley. Since 2021, managing director, Simon Thomas acquired Kench & Co from retiring Eric Kench, but the two practices have remained separate and distinct.

The announcement that Kench & Co will now be part of the Ridgefield Consulting brand marks an exciting chapter in both firms’ evolution. Whilst Kench & Co has a longstanding reputation of excellence within Henley, the teams are looking forward to aligning their values to deliver a modern and driven approach to achieving their clients’ goals.

The merger brings together two exceptional and diverse teams of experts with complementary skill sets, knowledge, and practical experience in accounting, taxation, and business advisory across a wide range of different industries. By combining resources, talent, and innovative solutions, the Oxford and Henley offices are poised to deliver unparalleled value to clients, driving growth and success in an ever-evolving business landscape.

Clients of Kench & Co can expect a seamless transition as the firm integrates into the Ridgefield Consulting brand. The combined entity will continue to uphold the highest standards of professionalism, integrity, and innovation, ensuring that clients receive best-in-class solutions and support at every stage of their business journeys.

Simon Thomas, Managing Director of Ridgefield Consulting, commented “We are excited to announce the merger of Kench & Co and welcome their talented team into the Ridgefield consulting family. By combining our strengths and expertise we will be able to deliver exceptional value to our clients across both regions, further solidifying our position as a leader in the accounting industry.”

The Henley office continues to be able to deliver core tax and accounting services to start-ups, established businesses, and private individuals, but are now also bolstered by the Oxford team to provide support to SMES in claiming Research and Development (R&D) tax credits.

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