Graham Potter

Consultant

Graham qualified as a chartered accountant in 1982. He advises a number of entrepreneurial businesses and the owners behind them. His knowledge and expertise spans various sectors and he has been involved in many corporate transactions. Graham retired from the partnership in 2016 but continues to provide consultancy services.

Away from the office, Graham is married with two grown up daughters. He is also a trustee of a local charity that works for people with disabilities.

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Corporate Finance

From share valuations, to raising finance, to business sales or acquisitions, our experts are here to help.

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Tax Compliance

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Tax Planning

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