Beyond
accountancy

Grow and future-proof your business with exceptional advice and strategic thinking.

Nothing is certain. Nothing is set. Nothing stands still.

Business has moved past conventional ideas and relationships associated with accountants. Instead, our team of advisors work closely with you to truly understand your business and its goals, enabling us to deliver sound advice at each stage of your journey.

 

Why?

 

Because we think beyond 'accountancy'.

Compliance and beyond...

 

At Gerald Edelman, we like to keep things simple. 

Our unique two-step approach – Compliance and Beyond Compliance – includes all of the services you’d expect from a leading accountancy firm, as well as those to help you maximise your growth opportunities, including corporate finance, M&A, exit strategies, estate planning, cross-border tax advice, and more.

Ask us anything

We always want to be your first port of call.

Whatever you need, we'll be able to help or we'll know the people who can.

Get in touch below to arrange a free consultation with one of our expert accountants and business advisors by email, phone or in person at our City of London office.

"Your actions define you.

What you are will
show in what you do."

Thomas Edison

Richard Kleiner

Inspiring words from our CEO

Richard Kleiner

As an avid reader, I often come across quotes or phrases that resonate – words so powerful that they cause me to pause and deliberate over the real meaning behind the remark that so intensely struck a chord.

"Your actions define you. What you are will show in what you do." (Thomas Edison), was one such quote that stopped me in my tracks. It was then that I started to think about how, in the 21st century, the word 'accountancy' neither reflects 'who we are' nor 'what we do' at Gerald Edelman. 'Accountancy' does not solely define our actions or our mindset. As I began to share this realisation with colleagues, we started to ask ourselves, 'If we are not 'accountants', who are we, what do we do and, perhaps more significantly, why do we do what we do?'.

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