Daniel AbbottGROUP FINANCE DIRECTOR
Areas of Expertise
- Finance and Accounting process development
- Finance and Accounting management
- Revenue and cost analysis and efficiency
BSc in Accounting & Finance – First Class
ICAEW – ACA Chartered Accountant
CISI – Level 4 Certificate in Paraplanning (Financial Planning & Advice)
CISI – Level 4 Diploma in Investment Advice
Daniel started his career as an Accounts Payable clerk in a subsidiary of Morrisons supermarket in the UK. Promotions through to Accounts Receivable and then Management Accountant positions within this employment, over a 3-and-a-half-year period, whilst also studying for his BSc in Accounting and Finance, paved the way for a solid base understanding as an Accountant.
Shortly after graduating from University, Daniel moved on to a Chartered Accounting practice in the UK that specialised in the accounts and tax returns of dentists. After 2 years, Daniel moved out to Dubai with KPMG as an auditor before moving on to Thales as a Senior Accountant and subsequently, Financial Controller over 4 years.
Finally, in 2020, Daniel moved into the Wealth Management Industry as a Finance Manager and now Director.
Daniel is a devoted husband to Charlotte and father to Sienna and when not enjoying his free time with them, he enjoys eating out, playing chess and football.
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