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I want to use my varied experience in running the finances of small businesses to help others do the same.
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I first became acquainted with the construction industry in 1985 when I became one of the shareholders in Trench Farrow and Partners, one of the first dedicated construction project management consultancies. I stayed with the firm until it was sold in 2006 to White Young Green PLC.
During that 20 year period we project managed some of the largest commercial development projects in London and, as Company Secretary, I gained valuable understanding of procurement processes and the ways and means of the construction industry.
I also acquired the skills necessary to run and develop owner – managed businesses.
Those skills have been applied to a wide variety of other businesses over the years and I now run my own business – Cantor Atkin – in partnership with Danielle Atkin. We have a thriving client base, many of whom like our method of service delivery which is a professional, personal, 7 days a week service all offered at very competitive fee levels.
We can run an entire finance function from a remote location. Or we can provide specific services tailored to a client’s particular requirements.
Many of our client relationships are very long – standing which is a testament to the relationships we develop and the quality of service provided.
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