Jeremy joined Clayton & Brewill in 1974, and qualified as a chartered accountant before joining the partnership in 1981. During his career he has played a key role in building up Clayton & Brewill's respected portfolio of farming and agriculture clients, working across the firm's three offices in Nottingham city centre, Long Eaton and Melton Mowbray, and remains a member of the NFU.
“Jeremy was largely responsible for creating our reputation for proactive business advice and he has long been a valuable sounding board – both to our clients and to us as a partnership”, said Neil South, partner at Clayton & Brewill.
“He is a highly respected figure in the East Midlands professional community and we are very pleased that he will be continuing with Clayton & Brewill as a consultant, to still be available on a day-to-day basis to provide advice and guidance to our clients.”
“I was first interviewed by Clayton & Brewill in October 1973 but then had to go on a course. The then partners bought me some books and effectively sponsored me until I was able to join as a full-time employee in June 1974. So you could say that it's been a life's work!
“I shall be sad to retire from the partnership after so many years but I'm confident I'm leaving it in excellent hands. Clayton & Brewill is going from strength to strength, building both its agricultural and private business practices and developing an excellent team.
“I am looking forward to my role as a consultant and to managing an extra day or two here and there with the family and walking in Derbyshire.”