Justin acts for a wide range of clients including global businesses, UK subsidiaries of multi-national groups as well as privately owned family businesses. Justin ensures his clients’ personal and business compliance needs are well managed and that future goals and aspirations are at the forefront of strategic planning, which enables clients to get on with running and growing their business. Justin keeps in regular contact to share ideas and to keep clients fully aware of matters related to the audit as well as any industry or legislative issues that may have an impact, to ensure he adds value at all stages.
In addition to providing audit and general business advice, Justin’s specialism is in Corporate Finance, helping clients with fund raisings, acquisitions and disposals, business valuations, share ownership structures and financial due diligence during deals.
Justin is part of the MHA MacIntyre Hudson award-winning Corporate Finance team, and works alongside Cameron Cook, Head of Transaction Services, on transactions and valuations.
The new MEES regulations are due to be introduced from 1 April 2018 making it illegal for residential and commercial property landlords to let properties which are not suitably energy efficient.
The importance of a well thought out forecasting regime is an essential but sometimes underappreciated tool for businesses. All businesses produce budgets or forecasts at some level but it is important to be clear on the difference between the monitoring functionality offered by a quarterly cash flow forecast or costs budget and the business planning capabilities of a good forecasting model.
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