The experience I have gained over 25+ years in accountancy professional firms and my role as the Chair of the Audit Committee of one of the ten largest charities in the UK for a three year period has given me a unique insight into the needs of my clients.
I provide strategic business advisory and a holistic planning viewpoint alongside the more usual audit, accounts, tax etc services to all of my clients helping them to achieve their business and personal ambitions.
My stay with the Masai people several years ago helped to shape my thoughts on effective leadership and I learnt a lot from observing the Maasai culture. An article in Accountancy Age summarises my experiences. Click here to read more.
In 2011 I took a group of clients to China. The aim: to establish over three days on the wall a new clarity about business and personal plans. Click here to read the full article from the Surrey Business News.
I enjoy unusual travel which often involving a fairly high degree of discomfort.
During my holiday time I've lived with a remote Masai tribe for nine days, climbed Mt Kenya (16,000 feet high), Mt Kilimanjaro (19,340 feet high) three times and Mount Toubkal (13,655 feet high). I've also “run” the Reading Half Marathon three times, the Great South Run and The Grim (8 miles cross country on the Army off road vehicle testing grounds at Aldershot) twice, plus taken part in the Three Peak 24 Hour Challenge, climbed the ridge route up Mount Snowdon and been canyoning.
Although not the “finest” physical specimen I have a stubborn will to win at all of my challenges which has carried me through safely
Alliotts was founded in 1869 in the City of London