His expertise includes the provision of audit and accounting services, and he specialises in business valuation work associated with divorce and shareholder disputes.
Peter acts as quasi finance director to a number of client companies.
Over the years Peter has a wealth of experience in dealing with family businesses. In addition to the traditional role one would expect of a chartered accountant, over the years Peter has advised on succession planning, preparing businesses for sale, entered negotiations to sell and purchase businesses, and advised on management remuneration packages.
Peter’s role is as engagement partner, giving you the opportunity to have access to another senior partner at all times.
Peter is married with two grown up sons. Peter is a keen traveller and has visited all the continents in the last ten years.
- Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
- Qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1979
- Joined Jack Ross Chartered Accountants in 1979
- Appointed Partner in Jack Ross Chartered Accountants April 1981
- Member of the Society of Expert Witnesses
Areas of Expertise
Professional Experience in the provision of
- Trustee and Executorships
- Financial planning
and general advice for a wide ranging clientele covering most sectors of business activity in the U.K.
Specialist Areas in the provision of
- Management consultancy
- Litigation support
- Succession planning
What I do for You & Your Company
Civil Rights are the basic rights that are provided by every citizen of the country according to the constitution. The law gives every citizen the right to practice his or her religion, speak freely and to live in the country without any discrimination based on race, religion, sex, physical or mental disability, age, immigration status and others.
In addition, the law also include political rights such as the rights of the accused, the right to seek redress or legal remedy, rights to participate in politics and civil society, freedom of association, right to assemble and the right to vote, beside others.
If you feel your civil rights are being breached, you can hire a civil rights attorney to provide you protection. Sometimes, you may not be sure if your rights have been violated or not. You can speak to a lawyer and understand if your case is valid or not. You need to ensure that you hire a civil right attorney that specializes in your particular case.
You need to take out time to choose the right lawyer for yourself. Since, not all lawyers are equal and have the same experience; you need to hire the best to ensure that appropriate actions are taken against the accused party.
My speciality is as a Forensic Accountant, and
if you have a problem call me for a down to
Jack Ross Chartered Accountants
Barnfield House, The Approach
Manchester, M3 7BX
0161 832 4451