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Nick is the managing partner of the firm, and has been since the formation of Moore Green in 2001. He trained in London and joined the practice from Ernst & Young. Nick is one of the audit principals and is responsible for a widely varied portfolio of clients including solicitors, veterinary practices, agricultural businesses, charities and retailers and specialises in family companies. Nick is also the firm’s corporate finance partner.
Nick plays bridge on a regular basis and is currently treasurer for the Suffolk County Bridge Association and also chairman of Clare Bridge Club. He is also a keen golfer and fair weather cyclist.
Matthew is a general practice partner, looking after a variety of corporate and small business clients. Matthew works closely with the firm’s tax department taking strategic responsibility for the delivery of these services to clients.
Medical and other professional practitioners, hi-tech business, property investment and development companies and wholesale and distribution organisations are among Matthew’s clients.
Matthew trained in London after graduating from Imperial College with a degree in Physics.
Matthew lives near Sudbury with his wife and their two young children. Matthew includes cars, water sport and golf amongst his interests.
Vince joined the Practice in 1988 after graduating from Chelmsford College and became a Partner in April 2011. Vince has built up a wide ranging client portfolio from local sole traders to large groups of companies including agricultural businesses, owner managed companies and audits. Vince also acts for a number of charitable organisations including Churches and other religious bodies.
In his spare time he enjoys badminton, swimming, cycling and drawing and occasionally accompanies his daughter horse riding. He is an avid comic book fan and has been collecting Marvel comics for over 30 years. Vince is also a life-long supporter of Watford FC!
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05 Dec 2018
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