Martin Tregonning

Martin Tregonning

Tregonning & Co
London

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In Conversation: Martin Tregonning

Martin Tregonning is a chartered accountant running his own independent accountancy firm, Tregonning and Co.

Martin first qualified as a chartered accountant in New Zealand in 1993 and worked in a handful of related roles. After relocating to the UK in 1995, he became a fellow of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants [ACCA] and holds a Public Practice Certificate. He also remains a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand [CAANZ] and holds a Public Practice Certificate from the ACCA.

Martin Tregonning is a chartered accountant running his own independent accountancy firm, Tregonning and Co.

Career Overview

Martin first qualified as a chartered accountant in New Zealand in 1993 and worked in a handful of related roles. After relocating to the UK in 1995, he became a fellow of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants [ACCA] and holds a Public Practice Certificate. He also remains a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand [CAANZ] and holds a Public Practice Certificate from the ACCA.

Prior to setting up his own practice, Tregonning & Co, which he ran part-time from 2009 and full-time from July 2016, Martin spent more than 20 years working in business across various sectors including transport, IT, automotive and energy. Martin is also a member of the Education and Families Committee of the Shetland Islands, where he resides.

In January 2022, Martin appeared on a Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland podcast, discussing the importance of leadership and the impact it has had on his career to date.

Education

Martin attended the University of Auckland in New Zealand, from which he graduated in 1990 with a Bcom Degree in Accountancy and Commercial Law.

Listen to Martin Tregonning's Leaders Council podcast.


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