FSG Masters

The Master and the Tax Advisers' FSG Representative, Past Master Michael Godbee, attended a supper at the guildhall members' dining room for all 13 FSG Companies. Such an event has not been held for over 10 years, and was reconvened so that the member Livery Companies could share ideas and discuss the future direction of travel of the Group. …read more

Worshipful Company of Tax Advisers on BBC News

Loyd Grossman, Master Arts Scholar, mentions our Company on this BBC bulletin on the Livery Companies

It is available today only and the bulletin is around 20.15 to 24.46 of the broadcast …read more

United Guilds' Service & Lord Mayor's Banquet

At a meeting of the Masters and Prime Wardens of the Great Twelve Companies, held at Goldsmiths’ Hall, on 1st February 1943, it was decided to hold a service in St Paul’s Cathedral for the Livery Companies and Guilds of the City of London. The idea behind the service was to help lift the spirits of the City following the Blitz during the Second World War. The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor of London, Sir Samuel Joseph, attended along with the Sheriffs and Court Aldermen and the Right Reverend The Lord Bishop of London , Dr G. F. Fisher, preached the sermon. As far as records show, this was the first occasion on which all the Livery Companies and Guilds of the City combined to hold a religious service. Since then, it has become an annual event and remains one of the few occasions in the calendar at which the Livery Companies and Guilds of the City can gather together as a whole. …read more

WW1 Remembrance Garden and Mansion House Scholarships

The Master and Clerk attended the opening of a WWI remembrance garden by the Lord Mayor and then, on the same evening, a drinks reception for the Mansion House Scholarship scheme which has been regularly supported by the Worshipful Company of Tax Advisers. We typically present a cheque at our Civic and Charities' Lunch to one of the City of London Sheriffs for the scheme and details of this year's lunch can be found at: and the guest flyer at …read more

Guildable Manor of Southwark

The Master and Clerk attended the fascinating Quit Rents ceremony and Court of Exchequer for the Guildable Manor of Southwark, one of the fascinating old ceremonies of London. …read more

Yet More Trial and Error

The Master attended a performance of Yet More Trial and Error at the Old Bailey. All proceeds are in aid of the Sheriffs and Recorders' Fund and Pan Intercultural Arts. …read more

Modern Livery Companies' Dinner

The Master and Upper Warden attended a dinner organised by the Worshipful Company of Water Conservators at Watermen's Hall. These events happen twice a year and are organised by each of the Modern Livery Companies in turn. They are a great way for Upper Wardens to meet Liverymen from other Companies who are likely to be Master in their year. …read more

Guest of the Hackney Carriage Drivers

The Master and Clerk were invited to dine at Carpenters' Hall by the Worshipful Company of Hackney Carriage Drivers, and the Master had the pleasure of sitting next to the inspirational Phil Davis, who set up the Magical Taxi Tour, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. The Magical Taxi Tour takes children with life threatening illnesses to Disneyland Paris for a couple of days. This charity is regularly supported by the Worshipful Company of Tax Advisers as well as several other Livery Companies. …read more

Budget Banquet

The Tax Advisers held their annual Budget Banquet at Merchant Taylors' Hall on 7th March, at what was a sell out event. Our guest speaker was Dame Valerie Strachan former head of Customs and Excise who spoke about "Life After Tax", and we also heard from   Lt Cdr William Blackett from HMS Bangor regarding what our affiliation means to them. The fabulous Renatus Harris organ was played by Edward Dye, and the musical entertainment was provided by Crispian Steele- Perkins and Leslie Pearson. …read more

Tour of the Assay Office at Goldsmiths' Hall

Bookings are now open for this event which will take place on Thursday 17th May.

The flyer with all the details can be found here …read more