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Deloitte to merge with Bacon & Woodrow

Accounting and consulting firm Deloitte & Touche has announced its plan to merge the actuarial and insurance consulting practices of Bacon & Woodrow and Deloitte & Touche.

Deloitte says the merger will strengthen its financial sector business as B&W is one of the UK&#39s leading actuarial and insurance consultancies, with an excellent client base both in the UK and continental Europe.

The merged practice will be known as B&W Deloitte and will initially operate from a network of offices in London, Paris, Amsterdam, Cologne and Zurich.

The practice will be led by B&W partner Allan Kaufman.

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