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Our Southampton office is located in the heart of the city, a short walk from the town centre and the train station. Locally we employ around 85 people including 10 Partners and Directors.
The Southampton office has a dedicated team of advisers offering a broad range of services to businesses and individuals including audit, accountancy, business tax, restructuring and recovery services, business outsource services, personal tax advice, and corporate finance. Our clients include dynamic mid market corporates, SMEs, entrepreneurs, private clients, professional practices, and not for profit organisations.
Our Southampton based team offer a full range of accountancy and tax services, with a flexible approach that allows us to accommodate individual requirements and the needs of the business. We believe in working closely with our clients and building long term relationships, and have built a commitment to the city for over 15 years.
The Southampton office also provides access to an international capability, through our membership of CLA Global and Oaklins International. This enables us to service the global and local needs of our clients, particularly cross border multi-national companies with international tax issues.
Through our merger with Tilney we are also able to offer investment management services provided by our Southampton based Tilney investment team. The team provide a full range of investment services, working alongside private clients, and professional advisers and their clients.
Our range of services includes:
- Assurance and accounting
- Business tax
- Charity investment management
- Corporate finance and transactions
- Financial planning
- Forensic services
- Investment management
- Outsourced investment management
- Pensions and employee benefits
- Personal tax advice
- Restructuring and recovery services
Please remember investment involves risk. The value of investments and the income from them can fall as well as rise and investors may not receive back the original amount invested. Past performance is not a guide to future performance.