Our journey

In 2016 Albert Goodman celebrated a milestone – 150 years in business – making the company not only one of the most sucessful in the south west, but the longest standing company in the region. There may have been lots of change over the years, but the ethos and focus on providing excellent client care ensure that Albert Goodman has stood the test of time and will continue to maintain a strong market position in years to come.

1893

We became Albert Goodman & Sons, opening a London office at the start of the 20th Century.

1960’s

Following a series of mergers and acquisitions, we became part of Moores Rowland International.

1970’s to 1990’s

Our practice prospers and as a result of several mergers and acquisitions – including with Kidsons Impey – the firm grew its footprint further to include Taunton, Chard and Yeovil.

Early 2000’s

In 2003 we merged to form our FCA authorised financial planning arm Albert Goodman Chartered Financial Planners and open a Weston-super-Mare office.

2008

Further boosting our Agricultural accounting expertise, we open an office at the Sedgemoor Auction Centre at Junction 24 (M5).

2010

The firm expands into Dorset merging with Weymouth-based practice Coyne Butterworth Hardwicke.

2011

We launch our popular Family Business Club.

2012

We become one of the only firms in the South West to offer a comprehensive corporate finance service to small businesses.

2013

Invited to participate in the pilot Family Business Growth Programme, assisting family businesses and farms within the South West Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) region.

2015

The firm merges with T.P Lewis and Partners to establish a presence in Burnham-on-Sea.

2016

The firm opens a brand new office in Weston-super-Mare and doubles the size of its Bridgwater office.

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