Susan Robinson | Head of Charities and Not for Profit

Position

Accounts and Audit Partner, and Head of Charities and Not for Profit

Email

susan.robinson@krestonreeves.com

Special interest

Qualifications

  • Fellow of Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
  • Member of Chartered Management Institute
  • Fellow of the Association of Independent Charity Examiners
  • BA (Hons) in Accounting

Specialisms

  • Assisting owner managed businesses
  • Accounts, audit and tax consultancy
  • Sale of businesses
  • Acquisition of businesses
  • Assisting start up businesses
  • Charity assignments
  • Agriculture

Further information

Susan joined Judkins Chartered Accountants in Medway in 1985, becoming a Partner in 1988. Subsequently the practice merged with Kreston Reeves in 1997.

Her client base ranges from small tax clients and sole traders to medium sized family businesses and overseas UK based subsidiaries, and includes charities and not for profits, academies and farming entities.

Susan is an expert on charities and their finances (heading the firm's not for profit sector) and regularly presents seminars to local charity managers and trustees on many different aspects of charities and their management. She is a registered individual for audit purposes, a Fellow of the Association of Independent Charity Examiners (ACIE), a past Chairman of the Kent Executive Club and a member of the Chartered Management Institute. Susan is a current trustee of Age UK Medway and was actively involved in the merger of two charities which has enabled the new charity to develop its positioning and increase its offerings in the local sector. She is also vice-chair of the ACIE. She is very passionate about the work the sector does in increasingly challenging circumstances.

Susan is also the firm's member responsible for training and is involved in developing staff at all levels. She has previously been involved in women in management and women in business. She is passionate about helping people reach their full potential.

Personal interests

Travelling, reading and visiting historical properties.