As professionals we tend to think we know what our clients want and provide these quotes accordingly. But, how are we actually doing? Join this webinar to kickstart a discussion between Accountant and the in-house Accountant.
Expert speakers will explore the 'usual' services required (tax, audit for LLPs and SRA Accounts Rules Reports) and how they can be best delivered, as well as looking at other areas of expertise the Accountant has which may have gone unnoticed by their law firm. This may include advisory work and reviews such as: benchmarking performance, business restructuring, profit sharing arrangements, business funding/capital accounts and mergers.
Rosie Finch, Financial Controller, Hodge Jones & AllenRosie is a qualified accountant who spent a number of years specialising in the legal sector whilst working in practice. In this role she worked with a portfolio of law firms across the country providing accounts, tax, and SRA Accounts Rules compliance advice. Rosie has since made the move into industry, and is currently working as the Financial Controller for a London-based law firm.
Jason Mitchell, Partner, PKF Francis ClarkJason has been working in the sector for the last 17 years, having initially trained as an accountant in industry before moving into accounting practice and qualifying as a Chartered Accountant.
Since joining the PKF Francis Clark legal team in 2002, Jason has specialised in providing accountancy and advisory services to a wide range of law firms. His particular areas of interest include: accounting, tax and regulatory matters. Jason’s experience extends to him having the benefit of being employed by a law firm being responsible for its finance function as well as undertaking various similar assignments on a secondment basis to assist our law firm clients.
ICAEW's revised Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Regulations bring in new CPD requirements. This includes a minimum number of hours and an ethics requirement.
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