We believe that a company, any company, should concentrate on creating value for their customers.
Regrettably we see that many companies invest time and money in financial compliance which, although important and necessary, is often nothing more than a sizable expense. We will help to turn these costs to investment by optimizing and automating compliance processes and concentrating on creating value.
This is what we do and we are good at it.
Robby & Bobby?
What a weird name for a financial services company!
Well, it is a story of two brothers, who have the same mother but different fathers. Robby was the numbers guy, he had always everything under control and made never any mistakes. Bobby was the creative type. He wanted to explore new possibilities, try things out. Needless to say the brothers did not get along too well. Until one day their mother had had enough and told the boys to take a trip together and work things out.
They travelled far and nothing seemed to reconcile their differences. Every decision had to be a fight. One day they encountered a tight-rope walker named Alex, who was very sad because he was sick and thus unable to perform. The brothers agreed to help out. First, Robby took on the rope. He, eyes on the rope, walked the rope flawlessly, but the crowd was bored. Then it was Bobby’s turn. He decided to try something new. The crowd cheered as he tried to balance on the rope but plunged, head over heels, into the net.
“The key to success is balance”, explained Alex. “You have to obey the rules but be creative and fun at the same time. If you choose only one, it will be both boring and uninspiring or clumsy and painful, which is, essentially, the same thing.”
From that day on, Robby and Bobby shared all tasks among themselves. Robby worked on things that needed absolute precision and Bobby took on tasks that depended on a curious mind, finding new ways for doing things. Soon, Robby and Bobby were both happy doing what they loved, the tight-rope artist was happy because there is no medicine stronger than motivation, but most happy of all was the mother.
Well, it’s either that or the branding agency persuaded us to write it.
partner, responsible for service development and marketing.
Krista has experience in accounting over 20 years. She worked until 2017 as group chief accountant in big groups (Magnum, Transferwise).
In Robby&Bobby, her responsibilities include marketing, service development, client development projects and resolving complicate accounting/tax topics.
Krista loves numbers and writing. She has written several e-books and she is blogging in pilvebyroo.ee about entrepreneurship and finance (sorry, only in Estonian).
partner, responsible for IT-development
Margus has 30 years of experience in automation of accounting, especially using new technologies for optimization of business processes. Focus has shifted from traditional accounting to CRM, business analytics and e-invoices.
His purpose at Robby&Bobby is to find and create best combination from existing technical solutions and to create new solutions.
Margus has always 100 things going on. If he does not attend some kind of important meeting, he is in his magnificent summer cottage or hiking in mountains.
Our accounting team
Marget is the head of our accounting unit. Marget is responsible for achieving operational goals and organizing the working life of accountants.
Senior accountants Krista and Helen lead teams of accountants, together with senior accountants Ave and Eha, they also deal with more complex clients. The onboarding of new clients is led by senior accountant Katriin. All senior accountants have long-term work experience. Helen, Krista, Katrin and Eha have a level 6 professional certificate as an accountant.
They are assisted by accountants Elina, Kaisa, Marje, Maire, Marilin and Tiina, and junior accountants Katrin and Marion. Elina, Helen, Marilin, Marje, Kaisa and Tiina have a level 5 professional certificate as an accountant.
Eha is our quality manager, who checks the quality of the work of accountants and prepares work instructions.