Skip to Navigation

Simon Poluck

› Simon Poluck

Simon Poluck joined BSG Valentine as a graduate in 1988 and trained as a Chartered Accountant and then as a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation. He became a partner in 1994 and has accumulated a wealth of experience in acting for owner managed businesses in a variety of sectors, as well as being active in the field of personal tax planning and compliance.

Simon has extensive practical, real world commercial experience and is able to help and guide his clients through the many ups and downs of business life. This experience enables him to deliver a complete service of technical and compliance work as well offering insight into the business world.

Simon is also able to advise on and implement share incentive plans and enterprise investment schemes to help raise funds for new businesses and retain key staff.

What my clients say

"International Lift Equipment has used BSG Valentine as both auditors and tax consultants for 25 years.  The breadth of the BSG Partnership provides excellent service and advice across the whole spectrum of business activity.  Their responses are always immediate and professional.  Their consultants have taken an active interest in our financial performance and provided business consultancy imbedded within the routine requirements of audit and tax.  We are a medium sized business operating within tough competitive manufacturing environment.  I feel enormous confidence knowing that we have the support of Simon Poluck and his colleagues at BSG Valentine. They provide our company with a professional safety net that I find invaluable."

Nancy Lycett

"We run a group of property companies with a range of participation in that market including investment, trading and development with projects financed internally, by senior debt and by joint venture. Across all these activities we receive quick, concise, professional and commercial advice from our partner led team at BSG Valentine which surpasses that which we have had from much larger firms in the past."

Mark Pendower