Bernard Hoffman


Bernard first joined the firm in September 1967 and qualified as a Chartered Certified Accountant in 1969. He immediately specialised in taxation matters and helped set up the firm's first tax department.

Bernard left Gerald Edelman in 1973 to go into commerce, being appointed Finance Director of a chain of retail menswear shops. He rejoined the firm in January 1984 and was admitted to partnership in 1985. He immediately set up and headed the firm's first Insolvency Department and in 1986 became a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner.

Bernard retired as a Partner of Gerald Edelman on 31 March 2012, continuing his relationship with the firm in a consultancy role.


In Bernard’s spare time, he enjoys playing golf, socialising with friends, supporting Arsenal Football Club and most of all spending time with his wife, children and grandchildren.




Bernard Hoffman

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