The phenomenal growth of the tech sector is like nothing we have seen before. We passionately believe clients in this innovative sector need specialist partners that can match their vision, expertise and agility.
As long-term partners to the UK tech sector, we understand that the growth of a tech business does not always follow the usual rules.
Our experienced team of specialist accountants for tech and digital companies understand that each tech firm is different, both in terms of needs and ambition.
As a significant draw for investment, both domestic and international, and a significant contributor to new job creation, the UK tech sector is outperforming the rest of the economy. It is also making its impact felt across the UK as, while London is a significant hub, clusters of tech firms are popping up all over the country.
MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s team of technology accountants and advisers have a deep understanding of this varied and robust sector. Innovation, adaptability and business confidence have been key to its growth to date.
Our accountants and advisers for technology and digital businesses understand good advice is essential for companies navigating this sector’s fluctuating demands, particularly in a post-Brexit world.
Our experience of working with tech and digital businesses has given us a unique insight into the challenges they face today. Meanwhile, our close links with sector organisations TechUK and the Cloud Industry Forum help us to anticipate the future issues that might impact on our clients.
At MHA MacIntyre Hudson, our team of specialist accountants for technology know the importance of a sector-led approach. We have different specialists servicing the more established tech firms looking for growth strategies to those working with digital start-ups in need of strategic advice, we have the insight and expertise to support all clients to achieve their ambitions and bring in relevant skill sets as the businesses move through their development. In this sector the transition can be over a very short timescale.
Our team that faces the small business and tech start-up clients know tech firms can gain traction early in their development. We also understand the importance of collaborative and agile partners that can offer both support and strategic advice on how to scale as their businesses grow.
Our membership of Baker Tilly International gives us access to specialist accounting and consultancy services for tech businesses in more than 130 countries. With our global links to tech clients, we can support international scalability, allowing us to continue as partners to our clients as they expand.
Alongside our core services as accountants for tech companies, we also advise our clients on issues such as:
From software industry accounting to consultancy services for start-ups, our team of experts are on hand to provide insight and expertise.
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Tasneem joined the firm in January 2006 and is currently a Partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson. Having qualified in 2003 she has spent 14 years building on a broad range of expertise and experience that comes from working on diverse and varied portfolios ranging from property groups through to legal, telecom/ tech companies and general practise clients.
She has a deep understanding of her clients’ affairs built on the close working relationships she has with them and strives to identify ‘value added’ opportunities to grow their business.
Tasneem is a Xero certified advisor and also heads up the Cloud Accounting team at North London. Tas is a fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA).
In her spare time Tas enjoys spending time with her friends and family, going to the gym, cooking and travelling. She is fluent in English, Hindi, Gujrati, Urdu and manages some broken Punjabi and French.Get in touch with Tasneem Bharmal
Paul is an Audit and Accounts Manager at the Reading office and joined in 2013 following a merger with a small boutique firm. His specialists include External Audit, Statutory Reporting and Ongoing Compliance.
Paul looks after a wide-ranging portfolio of limited companies from small owner managed businesses to large corporates with turnover of £100m+, including several UK subsidiaries of international groups. His clients come from a variety of different industries, with particular focus on recruitment, technology and toys and games sectors.
He is very familiar with ongoing company compliance procedures and specialises in IFRS, with particular focus on assistance with IFRS 16 “Leases”. He also has experience in US GAAP and Academies.Get in touch with Paul Woodbridge
Chris has almost 30 years experience in the field of tax advice having joined what was then the Inland Revenue from Manchester University via BT. Since then in his time at both KPMG and Ernst and Young, he has worked with businesses large and small, listed and private, UK-based and international.
He has worked with companies and organisations in all sectors: large insurance companies, international technology companies and hotel and leisure companies to name a few. He heads up the Technology group in London and works with Technology companies large and small on all tax and financial matters that affect such companies at different stages of their growth cycle. He advises his clients on all manner of UK and overseas taxes that affect them and their employees through their employment of staff, both senior and junior. Issues like share incentives, the operation of PAYE, the application of National Insurance, the Construction Industry Scheme and company car fleet taxation are familiar territory for him.
Chris joined Maclntyre Hudson in 2011 from Mazars LLP where he headed up their London Employment Tax Services team. He is a Chartered Tax Adviser and a member of the Chartered Institute of Tax.
Outside work he has the cross to bear of being an avid supporter of West Ham football club. He carries this burden with characteristic equanimity and good humour.Get in touch with Chris Blundell
Rob joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson Corporate Finance in April 2020 to lead the Transaction Services team. Rob has over 15 years’ transaction consultancy experience, with considerable knowledge in global markets. He specialises in advising mid-market businesses, corporate clients and financial institutions, in their assessment of acquisitions and divestments, as well as assisting organisations on their journey to initial public offering. Rob’s primary focus is on providing financial due diligence services for M&A transactions.
Rob has extensive deal experience across a variety of industry sectors, deal sizes and on a global basis. He has a particular interest in business services, education, healthcare, technology and transport & logistics sectors.
Rob is a chartered accountant (ACA) and holds the Corporate Finance Qualification (CFQ) from the Institute of Chartered Accountants England and Wales (ICAEW).Get in touch with Rob Dando
The continuity with their core specialist sector team and ability to give advice across several areas of support has been key to us working together. - Feefo Holdings Ltd
The relationship with MHA MacIntyre Hudson has always been a solid one. The team are able to respond quickly to problems and achieving timescales. Their international network, Baker Tilly International, gives them breadth and the ability to cover overseas issues. - PRISYM ID