UHY FDW is proud to be a member of UHY since 2008, the 20th largest international accounting and consultancy network.
UHY Farrelly Dawe White Limited is a member of UHY.
Established in 1986 and based in London, UK, UHY is a leading network of independent audit, accounting, tax and consulting firms with offices in more than 340 major business centres and in over 100 countries.
Our staff members, over 8,900 strong, are proud to be part of the 20th largest international accounting and consultancy network.
Each member of UHY is a legally separate and independent firm.
The UHY network is a member of the Forum of Firms.
We Understand Your Business
Informed thinking, whatever your focus
Tap into our global knowledge: our services focus on our clients’ requirements with a good understanding of their needs. We work in collaboration with our clients and other member firms to ensure objectives are achieved. We share our clients’ aspirations and deliver customised, timely advice to help you make the right business decisions.
We Are Connected
Consistent values wherever in the world you do business
It is the UHY culture that really makes the difference for our clients. Even in a very competitive market place, it is our spirit of collaboration, cohesion and trust that continues to set us apart from our competitors: we deliver because we know each other well, we know about each member firm’s specialist sector knowledge, and we know about each other’s individual expertise. But, more than that, we know each other as people through meeting and working together regularly internally and cross-border. Our commitment to quality is one of our network’s main values and — as it is so very important to us, we strive to achieve this in everything we do.
Over 8,900 staff, more than 340 offices, in over 100 countries… a shared vision
The UHY network offers an exceptional competitive advantage — national capabilities enhanced by resources and attentive personal service with the capability to support major business centres globally. UHY people pride themselves on their ability to combine local knowledge with national, regional and international skills sets.