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Leading South West accountancy firm, Albert Goodman, becomes the latest Patron of the Somerset Chamber of Commerce, reflecting the firm’s long heritage and commitment to the business community in Somerset.
As a leading regional Chartered Accountants, Tax Consultants and Financial Planners, with roots dating back over 150 years, Albert Goodman is a key player in the Somerset business community. The firm works with a variety of Somerset businesses from start-ups to mature businesses seeking a business sale or succession planning. Alongside the development of businesses, Albert Goodman provides business owners and directors financial advice on wealth protection, investments and tax planning.
“Being invited to be an official Patron of Somerset Chamber of Commerce reflects Albert Goodman’s status – we’re a highly-regarded and trusted firm that fully understands our clients’ business needs and which has an enviable track record working with Somerset businesses ” says Head of Business Development and Marketing and Chamber Board Member, Charles Olney. “Our real specialism is growth and wealth protection, and we work with companies and their owners on all aspects of their business to ensure they are best placed to achieve their growth plans.”
Dale Edwards, Chief Executive of Somerset Chamber, comments, “With an exceptionally long pedigree of providing accountancy and financial support to Somerset firms for over 150 years, we welcome Albert Goodman as the latest of our collection of Patrons. Over many years, the firm has been an active member of the Chamber and patronage will undoubtedly strengthen their engagement within the Somerset business community.”
Richard Bugler, Managing Partner of Albert Goodman, adds, “As a predominantly Somerset based firm, it is very important for us to support local businesses and the wider Somerset community. We intend to be a highly active Patron, working with members to deliver products and services that add genuine value and which contribute to companies’ growth and help strengthen the county as a whole.”