I have been at Whitley Stimpson for nearly 30 years, becoming a Director in May 2000.
I specialise in the Agricultural and Rural business sector which incorporates food and drink. Much of my work is helping businesses meet their working or personal objectives, which includes succession planning.
In addition, my role involves the valuation of businesses and I provide these services to both Whitley Stimpson clients and other professional advisors, where there may be a conflict of interest.
Describe what you do at Whitley Stimpson
Heading up the Agricultural and Rural business sectors in Banbury and High Wycombe, delivering a highly personalised service.
Why Whitley Stimpson?
Whitley Stimpson’s reputation is built on providing the highest quality service possible and that is why clients stay with us for the whole of their working lives. Where we differentiate ourselves from others is that we give a highly personalised service, spending as much time as necessary, to know and understand our client’s individual needs.
What matters to you?
I pride myself in being personally available and accessible to my clients. It is important to be technically correct, but in addition to use this knowledge to provide good commercial and practical advice.
Areas of expertise:
- Personal tax
- Accountancy and business support
- Business development and succession
- Business tax
- Cloud accounting
- Corporate finance
- Business valuations
- Audit and Business assurance
Sectors of expertise:
- Food production and processing
- Agriculture and landed estates
- Property and construction
- Manufacturing, distribution and retail
- Leisure, ATOL and hospitality