Blick Rothenberg are a leading tax, accounting and business advisory firm founded on personal integrity and technical expertise. We offer audit, accounting and business advisory services, as well as advice on corporate and personal tax matters
Our business areas
We act for clients ranging from substantial businesses with international connections and SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises), professional firms and charities, to high net worth individuals.
Our clients cover a wide range of industries, from heavy engineering and advanced computer technology, nationwide insurance operations and charities, to professional firms such as solicitors.
Our ‘typical’ client is a large, privately owned business.
For many, the ownership rests in another part of the European Union (EU), giving our trainees a unique opportunity to see how the EU impacts upon business in Britain and how other nationalities approach businesses here.
Get to know our different business areas and see where you may fit best.
The purpose of an external audit is to provide an independent assessment of an organisation’s finances. This review results in a financial statement, which can be used to empower decision making, reassure stakeholders/investors and provide information to the public on a company’s circumstances.
The external audit team will ensure their clients are kept up-to-date with changes in accounting and audit standards, while supporting any ad hoc questions throughout the year.
As an External Audit trainee, you will support on both statutory and non-statutory audits. This could involve planning audit procedures and tests, examining accounts and financial records, gathering evidence for tests, testing data using analytics, contributing towards a final audit report and maintaining strong client relationships.
Our expertise extends to entities in a broad range of sectors, including retail, property, construction, manufacturing, technology, professional services, and financial services, as well as charities, academies and not for profit.
If you’re interested in a career within Audit, you can apply to our ACA Graduate Programme and find out more here.
The spotlight has never shone brighter on tax and what businesses do or don’t pay, than today. With this in mind, we understand how important it is to ensure tax compliance while protecting the interests of our customers’ business – both for the benefit of their stakeholders, as well as their reputation in the market.
We work with a wide range of clients on their tax requirements – from multinational organisations, charities, and public sector bodies, to entrepreneurs and family run businesses. We are experienced in both UK and international tax and work closely with our network of overseas advisors to provide a combined global solution.
Private Client tax advisors work with a range of individuals, from business owners to high-net-worth individuals to families, to make their wealth work hard for them. A trainee in this service area could be supporting with maximising tax relief and ensuring compliance with the latest HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) legislation.
Services could include Inheritance Tax planning, succession planning, tax compliance, Capital Gains Tax advice and personal tax planning.
As a graduate, our trainee programme in Private Client Tax will typically see you undertake the ATT/CTA qualification pathway. If you join us as a school or college leaver, you may also complete the AAT.
In a world where indirect tax has become an ever-increasing burden for businesses and where VAT systems are becoming progressively more complex, it is important to get the right VAT advice at the right time.
We work as an extension of our client’s teams to provide understandable and commercially-focused advice and the best possible solutions. We provide assistance on compliance matters and risk management; identifying and maximising savings and opportunities and negotiate with tax authorities on our clients’ behalf.
Our clients cover the full business spectrum from individuals, entrepreneurs and family run businesses to corporate entities and multinational organisations. We can assist client who operate in the UK and work with those that are expanding locally, nationally, and internationally to address their UK, EU, and worldwide VAT needs.
Further Indirect taxes could include Stamp Duty and Property taxes, or Customs and Excise duties. Post-Brexit, we are helping our clients alleviate the impact of supply chain challenges and reduce the burden of compliance, administration, and strategy.
The Indirect Tax trainee programme will support you to complete the ATT/CTA qualification pathway. If you join us as a school or college leaver, you may also complete the AAT.
Blick Rothenberg are considered to be market leaders in the taxation of non-UK domiciled individuals and offshore trusts, as well as cross-border personal taxation.
We have a strong base of clients in the UK and abroad and longstanding international focus too, acting for a large number of non-UK domiciled individuals and international families.
As such, we understand the complexities that US citizens face when living, working, and operating businesses in the UK. Clients include start-up entrepreneurs, wealthy families with complex affairs, or business executives. The US/UK Private Client team look after US UK personal tax affairs as well as those of their client’s business.
To understand the complexities of US tax, you will undertake the Enrolled Agent qualification, alongside the ATT. You could go on to study the CTA once these are completed.
The amount of Corporation Tax businesses pay has never faced so much scrutiny, from tax authorities to the wider population, it has become a hot topic of conversation. Getting Corporation Tax affairs right is not just about paying your dues. It is as much about protecting the external perceptions of a brand and creating a positive image of a business.
As legislation evolves and becomes increasingly complex, it is more important than ever to ensure that Corporation Tax affairs are both compliant and efficient.
A trainee in the Corporate Tax team will learn about a variety of issues facing clients, including compliance, implications of commercial transactions, tax relief, customs duties, dispute resolution with HMRC, tax planning and tax risk.
The Corporate Tax programme will support you to complete the ATT/CTA qualification pathway. If you join us as a school or college leaver, you may also complete the AAT.
Our clients range from a start-up business without in-house accounting expertise or a more established SME seeking additional administrative support, all of which our expert UK outsourcing team can help.
We provide a range of dedicated outsourcing services to support a business with its day-to-day accounting needs. We undertake every element of the back-office accounting function from raising sales invoices to making payments, through to the production of the management accounts.
Our Outsourced Accountancy teams have significant experience of training and developing school/college leavers through the AAT qualification. In this team you could be responsible for bookkeeping, credit control, VAT registration, purchase ledger processing, payroll services, preparation of management accounts and budgeting/cash flow forecasting.
Whilst our school leavers will complete the AAT upon joining, you could go on to later complete the ACCA and achieve fully chartered accountant status.
Our Financial Services team (formerly Rees Pollock) has a deep knowledge of Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulations, sector-specific tax issues and structuring considerations. This means that you can be assured you have an advisor who not only understands how this all works but who can also identify potential issues.
Our team of almost 70 people have been working with private equity and venture capital managers and funds, wealth managers and advisory firms for over 30 years, providing high-quality, bespoke advice to help them establish and grow their business.
We act for more than 180 FCA-authorised firms, including some of the UK’s leading hedge fund managers, private equity houses and corporate finance advisers. Our key financial services clients include some of the longest established hedge fund managers in the UK and several of the largest in Europe, as well as a number of the most successful launches of recent years.
We can advise regulated firms on legal structures regarding the relationships between the funds they manage and the ways that the managers are remunerated. Equally, we know that the personal tax of those managers is often complex due to these same remuneration policies, and we are well placed to advise on this too.
We are here to act as an extension of a business, identify any issues and ensure tax and accounting issues are taken care of so that our clients can focus on growing a successful financial services business.
Our financial services team offer support across Audit, Tax and Outsourced Accountancy.
Upon joining the financial services team, you will be supported to complete the AAT qualification, with potential to move on to the ACA, ACCA or CTA.