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Richard Churchill


Audit, Assurance & Advisory

+44 (0)20 7323 6626

I take particular pride in supporting my clients through the sale of their business, which is particularly satisfying when it is the realisation of their lifetime’s work.

I am a Chartered Accountant and joined Blick Rothenberg in December 2017 when the firm acquired Shelley Stock Hutter, where I had worked since 2000.

Having trained at Shelley Stock Hutter, I was promoted to partner and became head of audit at the age of 29.

I specialise in corporate compliance for companies ranging from owner managed businesses to complex group structures, many of whom operate in the property, securities and retail business sectors. I also advise high net worth clients on all taxation matters.

Throughout my years in practice, I have helped steer a number of owner managed businesses through the financial and tax due diligence process to ensure the successful sale of their business – which for many, is the realisation of their lifetime’s work.

In my spare time, I am a keen sports fan and enjoy spending time travelling with my large family.

Specialist areas

  • Advising owner managed businesses to steer them through the financial and tax due diligence process associated with the successful sale of their businesses
  • Wider business advisory services, including corporate due diligence
  • Financial reporting

Qualifications and positions of note

  • ACA

I am based at

Covent Garden

Contact Richard


08 July 2021

The Government must provide further support and clarity for businesses from 19 July

If Britain does unlock fully on 19 July , the Government must provide flexibility and defer business taxes, writes Richard Churchill (Partner)

05 July 2021

Getting your ducks in a row: due diligence for start-ups and scale-ups

Lucy Graham from our Technology team looks at due diligence and what you need to consider when carrying out due diligence for your business.

24 June 2021

Restoring Trust in Audit and Corporate Governance

A summary of the Government’s consultation, including wide-ranging proposed reforms of the business ecosystem and the role of audit and regulation.