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James-Rimell

James Rimell

Partner

Audit, Assurance & Advisory

james.rimell@blickrothenberg.com

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+44 (0)20 7544 8939

The clear career path progression Blick Rothenberg provides, and from which I’ve benefitted, demonstrates our commitment to quality and the desire to retain talent.

I joined Blick Rothenberg in September 2001 as a graduate and was appointed partner in 2016.

I specialise in audit, accountancy and taxation services including expertise in solicitors’ accounts rules, accounts preparation and corporation tax issues.

I act for a broad portfolio of corporate clients spanning the property investment and development, manufacturing and professional services sectors, as well as high-growth UK tech start-ups.

My clients also include inward investment companies from the US, Canada, Germany and other EU countries. In fact, I could talk for hours on the impact of cultural differences between various countries in terms of their approach to accounting and audit!

I enjoy working for Blick Rothenberg – this is a firm which is committed to delivering a high-quality service and product to our clients, whilst training and developing our staff. Indeed, one of my career highlights has been my progression here from graduate to partner.

The clear career path progression Blick Rothenberg provides, and from which I’ve benefitted, demonstrates the firm’s commitment to quality and the desire to retain talent.

Specialist areas

  • Advising on audit accountancy and taxation issues, including expertise in solicitors’ accounts rules, accounts preparation and corporation tax issues

Qualifications and positions of note

  • FCA

I am based at

Covent Garden

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