Mark was born in Ashby de la Zouch and joined his father’s accountancy practice after qualifying with what is now known as Price Waterhouse Cooper. He specialises in farming and inheritance issues and enjoys being able to offer support and guidance to his clients.
Mark spends a great deal of time with the Ashby Christadelphians and has lectured in North America and South Africa as part of his role as a lay preacher. Any extra spare time he has, you’ll find Mark having fun with his family – his 6 grandchildren, in particular.
Terry’s always had an interest and a passion for numbers – the reason he decided accountancy would be a good career path for him. He qualified as an accountant after working within a local firm of accountants based in Ashby – and enjoys numbers now as much as he did then!
Terry loves French food and when he’s not dining out, he’s supporting most sports (except golf). In particular, cheering on his football team after supporting them for his whole life. (Ask who he supports and we may tell you!).
Richard qualified as an accountant in 1997, with his father being a key factor in his decision to become an accountant.
Born in Ashby, he’s a local lad but judging from his favourite foods, you’d not think it; Italian and Indian. However, in his own words "any tasty, well-presented food is his favourite!"
Richard enjoys being able to support businesses and ultimately, take the pressure off business owners as much as possible. When he’s not doing that, he’s with his family, walking his 2 dogs.
Born in Sutton Coldfield, our resident auditor achieved his ACCA qualification in 2012 and hasn’t looked back since.
David loves the variety and interaction his role allows him, with preparing accounts, discussing outstanding issues and filing accounts among his tasks. Being able to meet new people from every business sector and walk of life is something that David’s really passionate about.
When he’s not number-crunching, you’ll find David on the golfing green or the tennis court, raring to go and positively competitive!