Jacoby & Games Chartered Professional Accountants (formerly Bradley, Jacoby, Games Chartered Professional Accountants) has been serving the Victoria region for 25 years.
Bill Bradley began Bradley & Co. in Victoria, BC in 1994 and five years later merged with Farrow & Co. of Oak Bay to form Bradley, Farrow & Co. In 2000 James Jacoby joined the firm, becoming a partner in 2004 and subsequently changing the name to Bradley & Jacoby. The company purchased new offices and moved to our present location at 732 Caledonia in 2012.
Our name changed to Bradley, Jacoby, Games Chartered Professional Accountants in 2016 when Richard Games, a CPA and business owner, joined the team then Jacoby and Games Chartered Professional Accountants when Bill Bradley retired.
James has been an owner and partner of the firm for 15 years. He brings over 23 years of diverse tax, estate, financial, and business consulting in his role as a CPA while working extensively with businesses. James is dedicated to working with clients on creating and building wealth through sound financial planning and accounting services. He enjoys the rapport he’s established with his clients and hopes to exceed their expectations. After hours, James can be found with his family. In the spring and summer James coaches baseball and in the winter supports his children in their hockey endeavours.
Richard has been an owner and partner for the past three years, after a number of years working with another accounting firm in Victoria. Having owned and managed three other companies over the past 24 years, Richard brings a passion for business and people. Operating his companies during the ups and downs of the economy gives Richard a unique perspective of what it is like to make business decisions in diverse economic times. Before pursuing accounting, Richard was an award-winning electronic cinematographer. He has worked in eight of Canada’s provinces, the United States, and Europe.
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Doug has been with our firm since 1999. Doug strives to consistently increase his knowledge so that he can serve our clients better with their accounting and tax matters. When Doug is not working, he enjoys spending time with his family, camping or helping at his church.