Nelson Chambers are delighted to be engaged with PEM, Cambridge’s largest independent firm of accountants, to appoint a Director to lead a new legal arm to augment their private client expertise.

With ‘Authenticity, Reliability and Empathy’ at the core of everything they do, this offering will solidify PEM’s position in the market place allowing them to offer a complete private client service.

Sanchia Norris, Partner at PEM, had this to say;

“We are very excited by this opportunity to improve Cambridge’s best private client team. This will enhance the service we already provide to our clients. Being able to undertake the legal work required as a result of our planning will complete the private client circle enabling PEM to provide a holistic approach for personal tax planning, financial and legal advice.”

Michael McGaw, Director at Nelson Chambers said:

“We have been working with PEM for a number of years now but to be engaged with such a prestigious firm on a role of such high-profile nature is not only a great challenge for our business but a real honour.  It is a project we are excited about and, as we always do, are taking very seriously”

For more information on this role, please reach out to Michael McGaw on 01702 410415 or email


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