Streets ranked in the Top 10 in Business Weekly’s New Year Honours

Posted on 18th January 2022 by Streets

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In Business Weekly, the East of England’s weekly preeminent business news publication, Streets has been acclaimed and recognised as one of the region’s leading financial advisory firms.

“Streets has had a fabulously successful 12 months and expanded its area of expertise in the region through shrewd acquisition and sound planning.” 

Business Weekly’s annual and definitive rankings of the leading practitioners from across the region is always eagerly awaited and widely respected.

This year’s honours placed Streets at number 7 in the top 10, with those higher up the table including the profession’s heavy weights and Big 4 firms.

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