Jayne Rowe, Partner

I joined PEM in 2018 as a Partner in the Charities & Not for profit team, having spent the past 16 years specialising in this sector at Deloitte, firstly in the St Albans office and then London.

During this time I have been fortunate to work with a wide range of charities giving me an appreciation of the challenges that our clients are facing in this ever-changing environment and how I can advise on solutions.

There are many famous quotes about the charity sector but for me the one that sums up my passion is by Winston Churchill who said “We make a living by what we get…..But we make a life by what we give.” 

I was delighted when the opportunity arose to join PEM, a firm that recognises the importance of the community in which we work, our impact on the environment and acknowledges their responsibility to contribute in a positive way.  At PEM we are proud of our heritage and our core values of authenticity, reliability and empathy, which I believe forms the basis of an important partnership that we have with our clients.

My portfolio includes both charity and Cambridge college clients, and I strongly believe that adding value is vital to maximise the fruits of any not for profit work. In today’s increasingly challenging world, it is important to find an advisors that you trust, who understands the sector in which you operate, and who will give clear and concise advice that is relevant to you.  Becoming a trusted advisor to my clients gives me huge satisfaction and once again makes me think of Churchill’s words.

Outside of work, I enjoying spending time with friends and family, however as my children grow older I find myself with more time to pursue my own hobbies, these include walking my boxer dog, going to the gym and more recently learning to play the saxophone!

To contact Jayne and the team please email jrowe@pem.co.uk


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