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Trevor heads up the client services departments at our Leamington Spa and Stratford offices, a role which combines managing client relationships and overseeing the day to day delivery of key services to businesses across South Warwickshire and beyond.
Since qualifying as an accountant in 1986 Trevor has built up a wealth of knowledge across different industry and service sectors. This valuable commercial experience has enabled him to develop strong working relationships with local business owners and professionals and a clear vision of what they need.
Over the last 30 years Trevor has also developed a considerable amount of experience within the agricultural and medical sectors, helping clients and their professional advisors with key issues such as partnership restructuring, succession, and planning for the financial and tax effects of various diversification opportunities.
Trevor is recognised across the firm and amongst his clients as a trusted business advisor, and has a strong track record in helping clients to resolve financial issues promptly and effectively with the minimum of fuss. He provides both traditional accounting services and strategic business and general tax advice, all delivered in an open, friendly and jargon free manner.
Born in Coventry, Trevor was educated in Leamington Spa, joined Burgis & Bullock in 1986 and became a partner in January 1989. He and his wife Angela are members of a local running club and they enjoy participating in many running events across the region and beyond. In 2016 Trevor completed (and actually enjoyed) his first marathon on a very warm and sunny day in Reykjavik, Iceland.
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