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Baggette Tyror to advise marine industries on stakeholder

Dorset based IFA Baggette Tyror has been chosen as preferred stakeholder adviser to the British Marine Industries Federation.

The BMIF has 1,500 members ranging from small family run businesses to well known international companies. Baggette Tyror will be able to offer advice to approximately 25,000 employees when stakeholder is launched in April.

Baggette Tyror executive director Keith Baggette says: “Competition for BMIF business was stiff, so we knew we had to demonstrate our comprehensive understanding of the stakeholder market.”

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