Margot became a Partner in UHY Hacker Young in 2008. She trained with KPMG and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1992, becoming a partner in a small Nottingham firm in 1997, where she audited a number of companies and charities, and provided business advice to a wide range of small and growing businesses. When the practice was sold in 2005, she spent 14 months as finance manager for British Swimming in Loughborough before deciding to return to practice.
Margot is our local sustainability and renewable energy specialist.
She has a particular interest in charities, trusts and the not-for-profit sector, as well as extensive experience in general practice, working with businesses and companies of all sizes. A Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales, she is also a member of the ICAEW Charity and Voluntary sector group and the Audit & Assurance Faculty.
Margot also supports a number of theatre and arts companies and in a recent article for ArtsProfessional Magazine, she explains how theatre tax relief has been a game changer for the industry – to read the article please click here.
In addition to being a life member of Garden Organic (the HDRA) and a Sustrans supporter, Margot was honorary treasurer and a trustee of the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust until 2015, and has done voluntary work with a number of charities in the environmental and transport sectors. In 2013 she became a trustee and the honorary treasurer of Home-Start UK, a leading charity which provides support to parents of young children.