PRLog - Oct. 5, 2011 - SOUTH PETHERTON, U.K. -- Specialists in providing corporate financial services to small and medium size companies, Exigo was set up by Tracey Williams, who became a Partner of Albert Goodman Corporate Finance on 1 October 2011. Thanks to the merger, Albert Goodman clients can now benefit from specialist advice on a range of topics including acquisitions;
David Griffin and Tracey Williams
Albert Goodman Managing Partner, David Griffin, says, “We are delighted that Tracey Williams and Exigo Corporate Finance are merging with Albert Goodman. Exigo has a strong practice and reputation throughout the South West and we have worked closely with Tracey for many years. We are very pleased to have completed this merger and are looking forward to providing our clients with yet more expertise and resource.”
Tracey holds the CF Qualification, the International Standard in Corporate Finance, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and a member of the Institute of Management Consultancy, Chartered Management Institute and Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors. She holds a first class MBA and is a member of the prestigious SSBV (the Society of Share and Business Valuers) and a RICS Registered Valuer.
Speaking about the merger, Tracey comments, “Albert Goodman specialises in advising regional and national small and medium enterprises and private clients, so it is a natural fit with Exigo, which has built a reputation for delivering pragmatic and solutions-orientated advice that is technically excellent. I share Albert Goodman’s philosophy in terms of client care and the importance of providing a full business advisory service. The additional resources that Exigo brings will enable Albert Goodman to continue growing, providing a first-rate, full-service offering to our clients.”
In addition, Tracey founded and runs the Exit Club, a successful private club for small to medium sized businesses considering their exit options. The Exit Club will continue as a highly beneficial resource for South West companies seeking to buy, sell, restructure or refinance, with administration of the club being undertaken by Albert Goodman following the merger.
Albert Goodman has offices across the region including Taunton, Chard, Yeovil, Bridgwater, Weston-super-