Views from clients
I would be happy to discuss any combination or variation on these services
See below for the key six things clients want from an adviser
Where you need to persuade HMRC, or a trading partner, or a member of the Board, or a funder, you want somebody who can deliver a clear and memorable explanation. That is what City & Cambridge does
A ‘one message fits all’ approach rarely works with professional services. A good adviser adjusts the communication and the advice to the style and approach of each client, and treats clients as individuals.
Support comes in many guises; from support of a less experienced practitioner in your firm, to support of a manager in a company who is new to the industry
This is also called responsiveness, but isn’t merely about speed of reaction. It’s how the adviser reassures the client that he/she cares and will do their best for them.
It’s great to save tax. It’s great to reduce tax risk. But if it is an operational nightmare it will not hang together. Solutions must be practical.
Spending £2500 to solve a £500 problem is not common sense. Advisers need to take account of the financial value of their advice.
Macmillan Cancer Care
British Red Cross
London Symphony Orchestra
Omega After Alpha
Michael Jellicoe & Co
Graham Elliott has worked with the following:
Royal Academy of Arts
Store Property Holdings
Great St Bartholomew
Inland Homes PLC
Cancer Research UK
British Music Experience
Royal Navy Submarine Museum
Royal British Legion
Cambridge Mosque Trust