About Us

We aim to build a better every day, always thinking beyond and how we can have a positive impact.


Who We Help

We help you make strategic decisions, achieve your long-term objectives, reduce costs and grow your bottom line, whilst also keeping you fully compliant with the latest tax obligations.

73 Cornhill

London, EC3V 3QQ


Paul Twydell

Paul Twydell

I’m passionate about what I do and I take a genuine interest in what my clients are up to, their plans for the future and how I can help.  Whilst my practise is primarily tax focused, I was a general accountant and auditor for many years prior to specialising so I am cognisant of many wider issues affecting businesses.

My role specialises predominantly in corporation tax matters for companies which covers a wide range of activities, from group restructuring to setting up in the UK to assisting companies expand overseas. I also assist companies in claiming research and development tax credits for companies working in innovation, implementing share schemes for employees to motivate key staff and assisting companies in obtaining tax-efficient investment under the enterprise investment scheme. Some areas are very technical but I aim to explain my advice in a clear and concise manner.

If you’re interested…

I kind of fell into accountancy by taking a local bookkeeping job in 2002 and, without knowing it, really found a career that suited my strengths; since then I’ve never looked back. I studied for my ACA in Devon, winning a prize along the way, before cutting my hair and moving to the bright lights of London in 2008 to work solely in corporate tax. Since then, I studied for my chartered tax adviser exams with a top ten firm, before moving to a fast growing top 25 firm where I specialised in clients in the creative, media and technology sectors, rising up to director level.  Most recently, I was the corporate tax partner at a firm of similar size to Gerald Edelman, before moving here in April 2024.

What is the most exciting thing on your bucket list?

I’m not really a person with many long term plans, but before joining Gerald Edelman I got the chance to climb a glacier in Iceland.  It was amazing to see something so large up close. Also, when I sprained my ankle at the top and had to limp a mile and a half to the car park built at the spot where the glacier used to end in the nineties, I got to truly experience the real effects of climate change in all its painful, visceral reality.

What one piece of advice would you give your 10-year-old self?

It gets better.

If you could have dinner with anyone, who would it be?

Ainsley Harriott. I’m sure some people may answer this question more earnestly but, to be honest, who else is going to be such fun to be around whilst also guaranteed to cook us something wonderful?

Who inspires you?

The musician Nick Cave. Not just because I’m a fan of his music, but I’m inspired by his work ethic, his desire to constantly innovate rather than repeat himself, the way he interacts with his fans and the way he thinks about the big ideas; challenging the status quo and what may be expected of him without any fear of being labelled contradictory.