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Andrew Snook

Partner

Audit, Assurance & Advisory

andrewsnook@reespollock.co.uk

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+44 (0)20 7778 7212

I take great satisfaction in working with our clients through their audit and tax processes and advising them on the matters that arise through growth or generally as part of a business’s life cycle.

I have been with Rees Pollock since joining as a graduate in 2005. I became a partner in 2018 and the firm was acquired by Blick Rothenberg in 2019.

One of our key aims is to deliver our work to our clients in as timely and efficient a manner as possible. We believe in a partner-led process to ensure that the work is directed in the most productive and risk-sensitive manner and any discussion areas and potential issues are picked up and dealt with as soon as possible.

Overall, I take great satisfaction in working with our clients through their audit and tax processes and advising them on the matters that arise through growth or generally as part of a business’s life cycle.

Outside of work I am married with twin boys and, when I can, still try to get out to running and cycling events and attempt (with diminishing success) to keep up with the youngsters!

Specialist areas

  • I act for a large number of regulated businesses, including hedge fund managers and private equity and venture capital firms.
  • In addition to these, I also work with a number of cleantech, restaurant, and retail clients as well.
  • Partnership tax.

Qualifications and positions of note

  • FCA

I am based at

Blackfriars

26 May 2020

Job Retention Scheme – expatriates and international employees

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Business rates holiday for retail, hospitality and leisure businesses

The Government has announced specific measures to ease the cashflow burden for retail, hospitality and leisure businesses.

24 March 2020

Considerations for charities

The spread of Coronavirus has had an immediate and unprecedented shock on all sectors of the economy, none more so than the charitable sector.