24th October 2013
Milsted Langdon is continuing to expand after agreeing its second merger in the space of six months.
Although the name of the firm being acquired cannot be publicised at this stage, the merger will see Milsted Langdon further increasing its Bristol client base.
The firm acquired Bristol-based Geoff Gollop & Co at the end of May, after its owner, Geoff Gollop, a former Lord Mayor of Bristol, was asked to continue in his current role as the city’s Deputy Mayor.
Milsted Langdon also expanded into Bath in September last year, with the opening of an office headed by director Peter Groves, who was already well known in the area having previously been managing partner of Bath firm Richardson Groves.
Partner Roger Isaacs said: “At Milsted Langdon, we are always looking for opportunities to expand, whether through moving into new territories or acquiring firms whose client bases and values complement our own.”