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Susan-Hutter

Susan Hutter

Partner

Business Advisory

susan.hutter@blickrothenberg.com

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+44 (0)20 7323 6626

I am what you might call an accounting ‘generalist’ and ‘champion’ for SMEs, helping to propel them forwards on their growth journey.

I joined Blick Rothenberg in December 2017 when it acquired Shelley Stock Hutter, where I had been a founding partner since 1989.

Given my own experience of starting, developing and growing my own business, I like to think that my clients get more than just accountancy advice from me.

Many see me as more of a business mentor and sounding board whom they can contact anytime, to provide insightful advice that will help them to achieve their business objectives.

This is something that I am absolutely passionate about. I am what you might call an accounting “generalist” and “champion” for SMEs. I help start ups to achieve the best tax and commercial business structures to help propel them forwards on their growth journey.

I get a great deal of satisfaction out of helping businesses to succeed and finding solutions to often complex financial problems.

If you read the financial pages of Independent Practitioner Today, then you may well have read my monthly column covering a host of accountancy and business issues for SMEs.

Specialist areas

  • SME champion, advising start up businesses on how to achieve the best tax and commercial business structures to aid the growth of the business

Services covered

Qualifications and positions of note

  • Founding partner of Shelley Stock Hutter (1989)
  • FCA

I am based at

Marylebone

27 March 2020

Corporate reporting and dividend policy implications for companies arising from Coronavirus

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24 March 2020

Practical guidance to the Financial Services industry

The FCA’s response to COVID-19.

24 March 2020

Coronavirus: Managing your international workforce and compliance

The Coronavirus crisis is presenting significant additional challenges, especially when it comes to international workforce management and compliance.