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Alastair was born in the West Midlands, where he lived until moving to North Wales as a teenager when his father was involved in the development of the Coatings Complex at Shotton Steelworks.
Having completed a degree in Accounting and Finance in Liverpool, Alastair trained and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1985 with an established local firm in Chester, before moving to Touche Ross, now Deloitte, in London.
Alastair returned to Chester in 1989 to become a partner at Tollit & Stockton, until 2004, when he launched Jeffcott’s Chartered Accountants, which subsequently merged with McLintocks in 2009.
Alastair is a registered statutory auditor, and is responsible for a large and diverse portfolio of clients across many sectors of business. He is a past Treasurer and Chairman of the Chester & North Wales Society of Chartered Accountants.
Outside of work, Alastair played first-team rugby for Mold RFC until 2001, and has been a single figure handicap golfer since 1977. He also played cricket for Northop Cricket Club until moving to London. He remains a keen spectator of all sports.
More recently, Alastair has acted as treasurer of the North Wales Chrysalis Trust, until the merger of the Trust into Hope House Childrens Hospices in June 2013. He is also the current President of the Chester City Club.
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