Tony Bennewith founded A J Bennewith & Co in 1986, having previously been a partner for the Guildford office of Neville Russell (now Mazars). With 15 years at Neville Russel under his belt, he stepped out on his own to look after a number of existing local clients. Tony stands on the ICAEW council representing other accountants.
Chris joined the company in 2005 after graduating with a degree in Accounting and Finance from Exeter University. Chris qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2010. He works primarily on audits and larger charity accounts. Chris enjoys playing golf and travelling in his spare time.
Nicky joined A J Bennewith & Co in 2000. She qualified with the firm and is now an FCA. She works part time and is managing payroll for our clients, as well as working more generally on accounts, audit and tax. Nicky spends her spare time looking after her two small children.
Anne joined the team in 2014 and has many years’ experience in accounting, auditing and bookkeeping as well as hands-on experience as the accountant for a local charity. Anne qualified as a Chartered Accountant with a mid-tier firm. In her spare time she enjoys walking and is an avid reader.
Chrissie joined A J Bennewith & Co. in 2013 to train in her second career. Chrissie was an Advanced Skills Teacher for West Sussex. She has now qualified as a Chartered Accountant and sits on the main committee of the South Eastern Society of Chartered Accountants (SESCA). Chrissie has 5 children, chickens, 2 guinea pigs, 2 dogs and a cat.
Bryan joined the team in 2016 after graduating with a Business Management and Administration degree from the University of Zaragoza, Spain. During his degree he spent a year at University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. Bryan is bilingual in Spanish and English and enjoys going to the gym and concerts in his spare time.
Carol has been at A J Bennewith & Co since its inception in 1986. She has played a vital role in many aspects of the business. She lives in Godalming, has three children, three grandchildren and her interests include performing in the Wintershall plays, theatre-going, trekking and bridge.
Max is a part-time volunteer at A J Bennewith & Co. He is often rewarded with a biscuit for his friendliness. He keeps Tony company on his walk to and from work along the riverbank to Godalming. When in the office Max is there to welcome visitors with enthusiasm.