Accountants in South Glasgow : Johal & Co

Glasgow office

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Dalvir Johal

Dalvir was awarded a bachelor’s honours degree in Accountancy from Dundee University in 2002 and then went on to successfully complete a master’s degree in Management, Economics and International Relations from St Andrews University the following year. Having spent many summer holidays working in the family accountancy practice, he decided he also wanted to pursue a career within the profession and commenced a chartered accountancy training contract in Glasgow at PwC within Audit and Assurance. During this time, Dalvir particularly enjoyed providing clients with pragmatic solutions to accounting issues and once he was admitted to the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) he then joined Financial Accounting & Advisory Services at EY. He undertook a number of assignments that included providing accounting support for acquisitions, disposals and mergers of businesses; advising clients on the impact of changes to accounting regulations; and two long-term client secondments to manage their accounting functions and implement process improvements. In 2013, Dalvir joined the family practice and now has a varied portfolio of clients as well as being the Audit Principal at Johal & Co. He has also undertaken a number of accounting advisory assignments that include a significant sized acquisition, a large-scale merger and business process improvement as a result of accountancy regulation changes. Whilst still retaining a London client portfolio, he now also leads our Glasgow office that continues to offer the same high-quality service of accountancy, audit and specialist tax support to businesses of all sizes across Glasgow, West Coast and Central Belt of Scotland. Outside of work, Dalvir enjoys spending time with his young family, playing golf and is a trustee of a charity fund manager that invests in community groups and voluntary organisations across Scotland.