Nigel

Name

Nigel

Position

Board Advisor

Location

Wiltshire

Big Business Experience

Touche Ross (Deloittes)

SITA

Small Business Experience

The 4 Less Group

Slug and Lettuce

Summary

Nigel is a Chartered Accountant and non-appointment taking Licenced Insolvency Practitioner specialising in business start-up and early-stage growth, financing and the management of funding and investment relationships, and advising on the development of businesses experiencing significant expansion or difficulties in establishing themselves in their marketplace.

Nigel has built and sold 4 accountancy practices, has advised on venture capital and private equity fund raising, has been involved with AIM flotations as both reporting accountant and Finance Director.

He has re-organised and reconstructed a broad range of businesses to return weakly performing ventures to profitability and focussed management on the attainment of development and strategic plans.

Qualifications

  • Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England & Wales
  • Licenced to act as an Insolvency Practitioner by ICAEW

Key Areas of Expertise

  • Advice on the development of businesses and the creation and implementation of strategic and financial plans.
  • The reconstruction of businesses facing financial and liquidity issues.
  • Financial management and reporting
  • Acquisitions and corporate finance
  • Experienced board member as CFO, CEO and Chairman
  • Liaison with stakeholders, financiers, private equity and other advisors and professionals

Experience

Qualified Chartered Accountant.

Acted as Chairman, Finance Director, CEO of a wide range of businesses on behalf of clients and on his own behalf.

Advised on AIM flotations as both reporting accountant and Finance Director

Successfully reconstructed a wide range of companies facing financial difficulties and returned them to profitability.

Advised on the management of new funds and their utilisation in accordance with strategic and tactical business plans.

Liaison with financiers, bankers and private equity investors keeping stakeholders informed and advised of issues arising in the development of the business.

Implementation of financial systems and controls commensurate with the needs of the business and stakeholders.

Financial forecasting and modelling of scenarios likely to be faced by the business in a clear and concise manner and guiding management through the thought processes necessary to identify and incorporate the fundamental issues facing the business.

Identifying potential issues and risks likely to face the business and incorporating them into management and development plans.

Mentoring and advising principals and their management teams on the development process and key issues to be addressed