Emily qualified as a Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants (England & Wales) in 2005 whilst working for Grant Thornton as a post graduate.

Whilst at Grant Thornton she began her career within the audit department. Within this role she undertook audits across a wide range of businesses to include large PLCs, charities and owner-managed businesses. After several years and in search of a further challenge, she elected to be seconded to the in house training centre preparing graduates for their own accountancy qualifications.

On relocation to the Cirencester area she moved into general practice providing accounting services and advice to a broad range of clients.

This varied and challenging portfolio included traditional local owner-managed businesses and extended to include Independent and Free Schools, Charities and Trusts throughout the capital and south of England.

Emily now offers remote services to industry, sole traders and other accountancy firms locally, nationally and to those based in Europe.

In response to demand she has recently augmented her qualifications with the addition of a Btec in Customs Export and Import Procedures.

This breadth of qualifications and industry experience enables her to offer unique insight to advise and support businesses impacted by the challenges presented post Brexit.