Leigh Saxton Green LLP
6th Floor | Mutual House  |  70 Conduit Street  |  London  |  W1S 2GF
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E. david@lsg-ca.co.uk
M. 07890 123456

David Leigh

Managing Partner
 
David Leigh has over thirty years experience in the accountancy profession.

He joined BDO Stoy Hayward in September 1977 and left in February 1987 to set up Leigh Saxton Green.

David fulfils the role of Managing Partner within Leigh Saxton Green.

However, his main area of interest is in client-facing activities, particularly in relation to audit work; corporate partnership and personal tax; corporate mergers, acquisitions and disposals; and the "hand-holding" service which the firm provides.

Within the "hand-holding" function, David assists clients involved in a variety of sectors including distribution, retailing, publishing, public relations advertising, recruitment, training, computer services and marketing.

David is passionate for the firm to deliver the best possible service to it's clients; and to continue to attract and develop a talented and committed team of highly motivated staff.

Away from the office, David's spare time is mainly devoted to his family. He also enjoys visiting the local gym, cycling, running and swimming; and he competes in a number of triathlons each year.

David is married with two daughters.

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