"Tax savings can only be achieved if an appropriate course of action is planned in advance"

David Convisser

David Convisser


David qualified as a Chartered Accountant in July 1985 with a practice which subsequently merged with Gerald Edelman.

In January 1989 he was appointed as manager of the Tax Department and was admitted to the Partnership in January 1993.

David has overseen an expansion of the firm's Tax Department which deals with a wide variety of personal and corporate tax clients, the department priding itself on its proactive approach to all areas of tax planning.


Since 1995, David has represented both individuals and companies in tax investigations including those dealt with under Code of Practice 9. He has advised clients on voluntary disclosure schemes such as the Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility and has become an experienced specialist in the field of tax investigations.


In his spare time, David enjoys the odd round of golf, supporting Brighton & Hove Albion and enjoying time with his family and Labrador.




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