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Adam Rhodes (FCCA)

- Director, De La Wyche Baker Limited

After joining the payroll department at Bennett Verby in 2007, Adam Rhodes transferred to the Accounts and Audit team before qualifying as an accountant in 2013. He was then promoted to Training Manager, taking on responsibility for CPD and training for all qualified staff, and supporting students and apprentices in all departments.

Adam was at the forefront of the company policy change to modern apprenticeships, which saw Bennett Verby named a UK Top 100 Apprentice Employer by the National Apprenticeship Service.

Adam is proud to have been named Training Supervisor of the Year at the Damar Training Annual Apprenticeship Awards in both 2017 and 2018, and was made an Apprenticeship Ambassador for the National Apprenticeship Service in 2018.

As a Director, Adam’s role is to be the first point of contact for his clients. He provides financial direction and support to enable them to make informed decisions, as well as maintaining quality control of the statutory and non-statutory financial reports for clients and external bodies.

Adam’s clients include sole traders and start-ups through to multimillion international companies, and he personally prepares management information as well as cash flows and forecasts for help with funding. Adam also manages external audits of financial statements for clients, from social and sports clubs to international manufacturing companies with multi million pound turnovers.

Outside of work, Adam enjoys spending time in St. Ives, Cornwall and playing golf.

Adam is a member of VouchedFor and his profile can be found here.

Area of Expertise

  • Audit and accounts compliance
  • Commercial and financial advice for all businesses
  • Cash flow projections and management information

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