Accountancy firm’s re-brand set to strengthen Manx and global links
Crowe Clark Whitehill is delighted to announce it will be re-branding to Crowe Isle of Man with effect from 1 October.
The Isle of Man accountancy firm is one of more than 200 independent accounting and advisory firms in over 130 countries that are members of Crowe Global, the eighth largest worldwide accounting network in the world.
Crowe Global has re-branded this year, with all member firms adopting “Crowe” to reflect the increasingly integrated and seamless nature of the network as well as its shared values and core purpose.
Crowe Clark Whitehill director Phaedra Bird said: ‘The re-brand to Crowe Isle of Man reflects our commitment to Crowe Global and re-affirms our worldwide status, while helping to promote the access enjoyed by our international clients to Crowe Global’s wealth of expertise.
In the last 35 years Crowe Clark Whitehill has built a significant presence in the Isle of Man and is recognised not only as a respected and trusted accountancy practice, but also for our strong sense of corporate social responsibility and as a committed supporter of the local community.
We take great pride in our past and our strong Manx links. Looking to the future, as Crowe Isle of Man we will continue to strengthen those local links whilst developing our contribution to the shared knowledge and resources of Crowe Global and delivering the consistently high standard of service which distinguishes the Crowe brand.’