News: News from Blackman Terry

Posted on 1st October 2020

Blackman Terry have some exciting news to share…

Blackman Terry is growing and we are delighted to introduce you to Charles and Prabh.

Charles Fowler is a Chartered Accountant with many years’ experience dealing with Small and Medium sized business. Charles trained with Price Waterhouse in London and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1972. He also worked as a finance director in the printing industry before setting up his own practice in 2000.

Prabh Singh is a Chartered Certified Accountant who has particular expertise in taxation. In addition to being a qualified accountant he also has specialist knowledge in the areas of Inheritance Tax, Trusts, Estates, and personal taxation. Prabh is also registered for the Advanced Diploma in International Tax which he hopes to complete next year. This association will provide a new dimension to the services we offer and will allow us to offer tax advice and guidance even in the most complex of situations.

Both Charles and Prabh have considerable experience dealing with client matters both individually and through their other businesses Competex and Competex Pro which specialise in dealing with contractor clients. Competex is now approved for FCSA accreditation which is the contractor’s industry’s gold standard for compliance.

In order to continue to expand and provide exceptional service to our clients, we have also grown our bookkeeping and administrative team too.  So along with welcoming Prabh, we are also delighted to welcome Amy Woods, Bookkeeping Manager and Sam Moller, Administrative Manager.

We are offering a FREE 1 hour consultation to any members who would like to discuss either their business or personal accountancy needs.

For more information contact: Helen Bryant, Projects Coordinator on

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