The Charterhouse Team
Chris joined as a senior, ran the audit department for a while and is now an associate.
Joint Managing Director (ATT, CTA)
Raj Jiwani joined Charterhouse in 2006 and is a Chartered Tax Advisor with a wide range of experience spanning corporate tax and personal tax planning.
Elaine Lynch works as the Payroll Manager and obtained her CIPP qualification while working at International Law firm Allen & Overy.
Head of Finance
Neil joined Charterhouse in 2016, initially as the company’s Financial Controller before being promoted to Head of Finance in August 2018.
Accounts Audit Manager
Head of Accounts Audit and Tax
Jigna manages the tax compliance team and is also involved in advisory and tax planning aspects at Charterhouse.
Nirav joined Charterhouse in Jan 2007 as a Semi Senior having qualified as an ACCA in May 2002.
Cem joined Charterhouse in October 2014 as an accounts semi senior, where he qualified as an ACCA member in 2016.
Head of HR
Born in Iceland, Rut completed her BSc in Business Administration before taking on a role in an international pharmaceutical company for 3 years.
Company Secretary Manager
Julie joined Charterhouse in 1985 and after a break of 2 years rejoined in 1990 making her the longest serving staff member.
Business Support Unit Manager
Rob joined the practice in 2003 and progressed within the department up to the level of Client Manager where he looked after a large portfolio of accounting and VAT clients.
Office & Admin Manager
June joined Charterhouse in November 2011 as Office Admin Manager. She looks after the admin and office facilities.
The heart and soul of a business is its people and this has never been so true than with Charterhouse.
Since its foundation over 50 years ago, Micky Ackenson, the original founder was ever present. Loved by the staff, liked and respected by clients, Micky was the driving force behind the firm.
The way he dealt with personal challenges typified his approach to life and work and all those who knew him knew that he would not give up on a challenge, often to his client’s benefit. This was highlighted when, undergoing treatment at a London hospital, Micky advised some of the medical staff who had been treating him, helping them recover money from HMRC where they had expected to have to make payments instead.
Micky was ever present in the Charterhouse offices, never a closed door in sight and often wandering the floors of the office chatting and laughing with all the team. He always put people first, his family, friends, staff and clients and nothing was ever too much effort if someone needed help. This approach is one that has filtered down through the business and its staff.