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Nick to help expand services; FINANCE ACCOUNTANCY.

International accountant and business adviser Mazars has recruited Nick Baker as senior manager in its Midlands forensic investigation services team.

The appointment is the most current in a series of national appointments that has seen the team expand recently.

Nick will work with Mazars partner Stephen Lewis to expand the range of forensic services.

As a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, Nick has many years' experience in the forensic sector, as well as four years spent training accountants and auditors nationally.

He said: "Even in the current economic climate, it is an exciting time to be joining a forward thinking and progressive firm like Mazars. I am particularly excited by the potential to work with colleagues from our international offices."
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Date:Mar 25, 2009
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