Praxity – Global Alliance Ltd.
Græme is the CEO of a Praxity - Global Alliance a global accounting and allied professional firms alliance, so with well over 20 years past SME, Charity & PIE experience in Business, comes an in-depth knowledge of all sizes of Businesses from those of £1m to £1Bn. This, he contends, ensures he has significant recent relevant knowledge and experience.
Prior to joining Praxity, Græme was the CEO of Emile Woolf International, training accounting and key soft skills in several parts of the world, including Moscow, Beijing, New York and Islamabad.
Græme is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales, and a Liveryman and a member of the Court of the Worshipful Company of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales, as well as a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Feltmakers.
As well as serving two 'tours' as President of Thames Valley Society of Chartered Accountants (2003 & 2009), on whose Main Committee he still sits, Graeme has served on several Committees and Boards for the Institute of Chartered Accountants, and is now a member of their Nominations Committee. He also regularly meets with International members of the Institute around the world from Chicago & New York, to Panama City and Kyiv. Thus, not only engaging our international members with the Institutes offerings, but also getting direct feedback from yet another key constituency of the Institute.
Graeme was, for over 10 years, the Producer and Treasurer of a Charity, Chiltern Shakespeare Company, (CSC) which annually produces and performs a Shakespeare play in the Grounds of Hall Bard, Beaconsfield to a, collective, audience of 4,000 per annum, via 10 performances. The gross turnover of CSC is annually circa £120,000.
Græme is Married to Sharon, (36 years) and they have three Children; Samantha (30, Solicitor), Callum (27, Film producer) and Caitlin (18, student at Nottingham).