We get that it’s about the extra mile

Whether it’s running a marathon or getting your business fit for growth, you want someone to move as quickly as you do. We are your PwC.

Nick Cook, Private Business Yorkshire & pace setter

Over his 18 years at PwC Nick Cook has seen, met and helped a lot of businesses and their owners on their growth journey. He knows the stamina, passion and commitment it takes to run a business, and knows what they need. Whether it’s expanding overseas, gearing up for growth or managing risk and compliance, there aren’t many challenges that he hasn’t seen before.

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Nick knows that his clients don’t have time to juggle lots of different relationships. What they want is a sounding board to give them a practical answer quickly. They know that Nick is their go-to person that will pick up the phone to anyone in the local or global PwC network, so that no matter what the issue, there is help at hand. And if that’s helping you train for that next run, he’ll literally go the extra mile with you.

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Corporate Governance: Time to act

Corporate Governance: Time to act

Following the recent adoption of the new Corporate Governance reporting regulations extending sustainable and responsible governance practices to U.K. private limited companies, those businesses will need to quickly assess their corporate governance framework and reporting to be compliant from 1 January 2019.

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Private businesses are increasingly using debt finance to fund transactions with shareholders. Is this appropriate for you?

Private businesses are increasingly using debt finance to fund transactions with shareholders. Is this appropriate for you?

Having grown their business successfully over a number of years, shareholders can often find that they have a sizeable proportion of their personal and family wealth tied up in one business. Often, shareholdings in a company can end-up split amongst founders and their “friends and family”, who may have helped support the entrepreneurs with startup capital.

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