Independent accountancy practice Rosscot has a rich history in the Island beginning as Graeme Le Rossignol & Co in 1970, then merging with White Scott Warren & Co in 1997 to rebrand as Rosscot in 2008.
To mark the anniversary, the company is undertaking a brand and service revitalisation to meet the needs of the modern market and confirm their continued commitment to doing business in Jersey.
Over the past 12 months, Rosscot has worked on shaping its vision for the future and have launched refreshed approach - and a new website - and strengthened its offering with the acquisition of Valeur Accountancy Ltd. The transaction was a considered move in the firm’s long-term strategy that has principally enhanced its expertise in both UK and Jersey taxation. The deal encompassed the engagement of two senior team members and owner Andy Bougourd who is a qualified accountant, tax specialist and has more recently been called to the bar. Mr Bougourd has joined Rosscot as a director and brings a wealth of experience to the business.
The Rosscot Group now benefits from the combined expertise of six directors; Colin Taylor, Duncan Stuart, Sean O’Flaherty, Kevin Bates, Tim Brown and Andy Bougourd, who advise on the full complement of our services as well as handling complex matters on behalf of clients.
Mr O’Flaherty, Director, said: "It’s incredible to think that Rosscot now has a 45 year legacy in the Island. Over the years we have transformed from a two-person operation to a nearly 50 strong team. We are now very excited to be launching our revitalised brand to the Jersey market. It’s been carefully considered to be mindful of our current loyal client base whilst also opening the door to new prospects. We continue to recruit and look forward to adding to our fantastic team as we move forward as a company."
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