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About us

Our partner-led approach ensures that you receive high quality service from a team of high quality people. Combining technical expertise with personal integrity, we offer audit, accounting and business advisory services, as well as advice on corporate and personal tax matters.

We are BR

Our people are key to our success.

We know what talent looks like and we set the bar high – our clients demand it and we are proud to deliver outstanding levels of service to meet their needs.

That is why we invest heavily in nurturing our people so that you can enjoy a successful career with us, which in turn enables us to achieve the best possible results for our clients.

How we help

We understand the challenges facing you, your organisation or your clients, and our partner-led, collaborative approach will help you to plan for and achieve a better tomorrow.

Whether you are looking to manage risk and regulation, optimise business operations or realise stakeholder value, we can help you reach your strategic ambitions or those of your clients.

We work with a range of clients from owner managed businesses,  international groups and overseas listed companies, to third party advisers and private clients seeking proactive tax advice to manage and retain their wealth.

Globally connected

Blick Rothenberg is part of Azets an international business services group supporting entrepreneurial businesses, their owners and managers in achieving long term, sustainable success through critical business support and advisory services.

This allows us to deliver the high-quality, partner-led service we have always provided, but with the greater resource that being part of a larger organisation provides.

We have enriched our support for international businesses through our membership of Allinial Global - an award winning international association of over two hundred legally independent accounting and consulting firms with offices across the world.

As an Allinial Global member, Blick Rothenberg has access to the expertise and insights of a network of high quality dedicated regional firms in key economic centres all over the world.

These connections give us the flexibility to deliver the best solution for you and mean that no matter where your expansion plans take you, you’ll be able to benefit from our extensive international connections. 

Training and development

We are committed to investing in our people and nurturing our talent.

We support our teams across all departments with ongoing training and development.

As well as the ACA, ACCA, ATT and CTA qualifications, we support those studying for other academic qualifications including Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, Chartered Institute of Marketing and IT qualifications.

Flexible working

Our flexible hours of work policy gives everyone the opportunity to find a better balance between their professional and personal lives.

Whether this is to find time to go to the gym, deal with a matter at home, drop off or pick up children from school, or care for family members; we hope that everyone will find our flexible approach to working beneficial.

Putting people first

Our nurturing culture, which cares for our people and our clients, is what has helped us to achieve success for our clients for many years.

Our people

In my role as CEO, I hope that I can give our people the same opportunities and support that have been afforded to me, and my own measure of success will be to see people develop their careers beyond mine.
CEO

Nimesh Shah

Our client stories

Advising a Venture Capital Fund Manager with their VAT registration

Providing specialist advice to a new Venture Capital firm

Facilitating the successful launch of a hedge fund management start-up

Insights

04 August 2021

Spotlight on… Raising funds using EIS or SEIS

In the latest edition of our ‘Spotlight On’ series, Corporate Tax Partner, Tim Shaw takes an in depth look at raising funds using EIS or SEIS.

29 July 2021

Notification of the uncertain tax treatment by large businesses

Ravi Basra analyses the Government’s proposed rules on uncertain tax treatments and outlines what businesses need to do to prepare for these changes.

26 July 2021

Self’s assessment: taxing smartphones

Heather Self reviews the reason why taxing smartphones to fund the arts might not be such a good call.

Six months on from Brexit: How are you faring? Our Brexit Industry Benchmark report is now availableAccess report
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