Some companies' operations do not require a full time finance function or some find that their finance team is stretched at certain times, for example at audit, or in the run up to the release of results, or during corporate transactions. We can provide experienced part-time finance directors and the entire finance function or can provide support to a client’s finance function on an on-going, ad-hoc or transactional basis.

Our Company Secretarial and Compliance offering is dedicated to providing assistance to our UK and overseas clients. We have a broad client base ranging from start-up companies to listed and regulated public limited companies and we advise them on all aspects of UK corporate compliance and administration.

We provide a complete range of cost effective corporate and commercial advisory services to companies. We work to assist our clients in improving their performance, enabling them to achieve their short and long term goals.

We undertake in-house corporate legal work for our clients, from dealing with day-to-day legal matters to executing small scale corporate transactions. We aim to provide commercial, risk aware and cost effective corporate legal services which can be integrated with other services across the group to provide a complete in-house solution.


We Are...

Founded in 2006 and owned and operated by individuals with many years’ professional experience as corporate financiers, accountants, and lawyers gained in leading firms, ONE Advisory Group’s unique, high quality and cost effective offering provides a “one stop shop” service for companies corporate advisory and company administration needs.


To Contact Us...

Contact ONE Advisory Group
201 Temple Chambers
3-7 Temple Avenue
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7583 8304

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    COVID-19 – How to hold an AGM in the current social climate

    In light of the challenges presented to companies as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Chartered Governance Institute has published guidance to help companies to consider their contingency plans. The guidance offers suggestions reflecting UK company law and regulation, but companies need to consider their own individual circumstances including...