Stephen Robinson FCA

Position: Director
Team: Preston

Stephen is a director at our Preston office. Having followed his father and uncle’s footsteps into accountancy, he began his career as an Article Clerk at a firm in Preston. Working his way up and eventually starting his own business, Stephen joined Champion Accountants in 2008 when his practice, Robinsons, merged with the Champion Group.

As a director, Stephen has overall responsibility for the team in Preston, looking after staff development and a growing client base. He also leads on business development, helping to raise Champion’s profile within the region, whilst also holding an advisory role with a number of charities.

Outside of work, Stephen enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren. He has a love of sport and enjoys watching rugby union, cricket, and football, as well as playing golf. He also has a keen interest in politics.

People are the most important part of the business – being there for clients and having the ability to listen is key. My day to day role can vary, but it’s still very client-focused and I enjoy listening to and advising clients, and helping them grow their business.


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