PRIORY ACCOUNTING - Key Persons


Dora Levai

Dora joined the practice in 2017 having previously worked in small to medium-size firms After qualifying as a Chartered Certified Accountant in 2019 through ACCA, she has been taking on more responsibility in the firm. Her interest is mainly in private limited companies, landlords and tradesmen. She is keen to understand the clients and their business in order to provide a personal service and help them succeed. Dora is a Xero and Free-Agent certified advisor who will be happy to introduce you to cloud accounting and bookkeeping.

George Lewis

For over 26 years, George Lewis operated his own accountancy practice. During that time, he assisted hundreds of businesses and organisations. Being in business himself, he has encountered many of the issues and problems facing clients; on the basis of that experience, he is well-placed to offer advice to clients. George also has extensive experience in the field of Charities and voluntary associations. George has joined Priory Accounting as our Edinburgh based Consultant

Joyce Cooper

Roddy is ably assisted on a day to day basis by Joyce Cooper who deals with your initial enquiry through to VAT, payroll, bookkeeping and accounts. Indeed our clients' feedback that Joyce's positive, friendly and knowledgeable attitude is one of the keys to their continued choice of Priory Accounting to take care of their accounting needs.

Roddy Graham

Priory Accounting was established in 2005 by Roddy Graham BA(Hons) ACMA. Roddy, who hails originally from the land of the good ‘craic', has always enjoyed working with smaller businesses, especially those in the Consulting, Construction and Creative Industries. Most small business owners want an accountant they can trust to get on with the job, on time, every time. They want to relax in the safe and sound knowledge that their accounts and tax compliance are up to date. Roddy and the team do just that - the philosophy is quite simple - "We are here to help your business succeed and grow, profitably".