Kay joined the practice in 1992 and became the major shareholder in 2016 following the retirement of Kevin MacMahon.
Kay qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Grant Thornton then following success in the Institute of Taxation exams she moved to Deloitte Touche for personal and trust tax experience and then to Ernst Young for corporate tax experience. These Firms being three of the top six Chartered Accountants in the world.
Hobbies: Married with two grown up daughters, weekends are now spent cycling with her husband. Holidays include cycling in warmer climes, trying local delicacies and sampling the wine of the area. These are things also enjoyed regularly at home.
Richard joined the practice in 2004, having qualified with a local accounting firm, and was made partner in 2006. He works with a wide range of corporate and non corporate clients across all industry sectors. Audit regulated Richard is responsible for our legal clients.
Hobbies: Married with three children, he enjoys spending his spare time with them, following Burnley FC and when he gets chance he turns his hand to landscaping projects.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) update
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We are committed to an evidence-led and common-sense approach to containing the coronavirus outbreak and mitigating its impact on employees, customers and our wider business operations.
Please be assured we are preparing for our services to continue as normal. We have business continuity plans in place to minimise the risk of infection and make sure we can continue to deliver a business-as-usual service to our customers should an infection occur at an office. These include implementing clear guidelines for employees, providing support and advice for anyone who needs to self-quarantine, and issuing guidance on following safe hygiene practices across the organisation.
You can find further information on Covid-19 below to keep you updated:
- Guidance for employees, employers and businesses
- Support for business – Scotland
- Government advice to the public
- Number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases and risk in the UK
- Advice from the NHS