Established in 1990, Cotterell & Co is an independent firm of chartered accountants and business advisors.
We offer a comprehensive range of accountancy and business advisory services to private individuals and companies in many sectors.
Cotterell & Co was founded on 1 January 1990 by David Cotterell. For twenty years he had worked as a partner in a Birmingham firm of chartered accountants but he then decided that he should start his own firm in order to provide care to clients and staff in the way which was important to him. It was a risky step, but the firm grew quickly, at first in Birmingham, but from 1991 in Wolverhampton. That growth saw Barry Roberts joining him as a partner in 1993 and Andrew Storey in 2001. David still enjoys practice, and although he retired as a partner in 2005, he continues to work as a consultant for three days each week.
If you are looking for a team of reliable, professional, approachable accountants who will do more than just respond to your needs - who will work with you in a proactive manner to help you succeed, we would be delighted to be of service.
If you would like more information or would like to speak to us direct then call us on 01902 715161. Or if you would prefer, ask us a question online.
We wish all members of our team to be fulfilled in the realisation of their potential and to know that their contribution is valued.
Over twenty-five years as a partner or principal. He has worked with national and smaller practices and joined Cotterell & Co in 1993. Diploma member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.
After gaining an honours degree from the University of Leeds he trained with a large national firm of Chartered Accountants before joining a Midlands firm and progressing to the position of general practice partner. A partner/director at Cotterell & Co since 2001.
He joined David Cotterell’s Birmingham firm in 1980 and has run the personal and trust tax department since the move to Wolverhampton. Diploma member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.
Thirty years as a partner or principal before taking up the role of consultant. Brings a wealth of experience particularly in the field of trusts and estates.
He has been in practice all his working life and has included a spell as a university lecturer. He was the founder chairman of the National Association of General Commissioners (the equivalent of magistrates in the tax system), which has now been superceded by the Tax Tribunal. At present serves on the Appeals Committee at the Institute of Chartered Accountants.