Founder and Director
I really enjoy helping others to understand finance, to the extent where they happily engage with it. I have established Parallax Consultancy Ltd to promote such understanding, whether that is from a business perspective helping company or charity CEOs and directors with their corporate responsibilities.
I work as an associate to Parallax, providing many of the back office service functions. Often it feels like I am the ‘Mr Fix it’ of the office – but I know my role is essential and valued. My experience stems from running businesses.
Undoubtedly, my trumpet playing is also invaluable in maintaining a positive morale in the office.
We currently have a vacancy for an apprentice who wishes to study accountancy, if you feel you may want to work for us – please use the contact page to get in touch.
Other roles and opportunities
We sometimes work with trusted associates or partner organisations to complement our existing skills base, where one of our clients may need help in an area we are not qualified to perform. If you would like to work with or for us, please use the contact page to get in touch.
We have three four-legged friends who share our office. Bella and Cleo are mum and daughter golden retrievers, and MiuMiu is our beautiful tabby cat. Our dogs feature on YouTube, singing along to the Trumpeters Lullaby and Miu Miu likes to chase the paper in the printer when it is printing double sided.
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