Contact Galbraith Rushby
|Phone: +27 21 4473840|
|Fax: +27 021 447 2457|
89 Roodebloem Road
Galbraith Rushby was formed in 2006 by Jeneen Galbraith and Michael Rushby. The firm grew organically through word of mouth by maintaining high standards, personal service and that professional touch our clients have come to know.
The firm started from Jeneen’s home and client numbers grew consistently and we introduced staff to support the growth. We moved to Roodebloem Road in Woodstock in 2009 and our firm currently consists of 23 staff which makes us not too big to lose that personal touch and not too small to not be able to handle client’s affairs completely.
All clients can and do meet directly with the partners. Our services offered by qualified professional staff include the following:
Tax Advisory and Compliance
Accounting and Bookkeeping
Keeping our clients our number one priority and building and developing long standing professional relationships is key to the firm’s growth.
We currently are an approved training centre for SAIPA and CIMA articles.
Our Mission and Vision
To develop a firm that renders the level of service you could expect from a big audit firm but at the price of small firm and to keep the client as a person and not as a number. For any client at anytime to have the ability to speak directly with the partners and to have the partners directly involved in their financial affairs.
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