Peter Green


I want my clients to know that all of their compliance needs have been taken care of and that everything is in hand so that they can focus on what matters most to them and their business. I enjoy the technical side of accounts, so it is important to me that we produce a fully comprehensive set of accounts in a timely fashion, ensuring that we have dotted every ‘i’ and crossed every ‘t’. If I know that everything has been done correctly, then my clients will feel assured – and that’s one less thing for them to worry about.

As an Audit Manager, I provide audit compliance work and advice. Most of my clients are pension schemes, credit unions, small trading companies and charities. Whoever the client, I always make sure that I spend time uncovering exactly what it is that they need. This means that I can focus on the key issues that I know are most important to them.   My team and I can then respond in the right way, solve their issues quickly and deliver real value.

A bit about my background
I have spent my entire career with SB&P, having qualified as a Chartered Certified Accountant in 1990 and joining the firm in 1991.

What is the most exciting thing on your bucket list?    
I have recently started climbing, so I’d really like to scale a difficult rock face. I like learning new skills and setting myself challenging goals, so this would be a real achievement.

If you could have dinner with anyone, who would it be?    
I’d like to have dinner with Sir Isaac Newton. I’d talk to him about calculus, the laws of motion and all of his work on matter. I would be fascinated to hear how he discovered these key principles and to know his thoughts on today’s most significant scientific discoveries.

Who inspires you?    
Albert Eisntein inspires me. He was able to take Isaac Newton’s ideas to the next level and, by doing so, he really pushed man’s understanding of the universe forward. And, that’s pretty impressive!

Each Partner in SB&P is a Limited Liability Partnership controlled by the above individual members and the Gerald Edelman partnership, respectively.