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MHA MacIntyre Hudson

MHA MacIntyre Hudson is a top 15 UK accounting firm and a winner of BAA’s National Firm of the Year.
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MHA MacIntyre Hudson is also an independent member of Baker Tilly International, one of the world’s largest leading accountancy and business advisory firms.

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At MHA MacIntyre Hudson, we take the time to create great relationships with our clients to become not just their trusted advisers, but valued partners.

Services include:

  • Audit
  • Tax planning
  • Corporate finance
  • Business strategy
  • Outsourcing

Supporting ICAEW Events

At Virtual Charity Conference 2021

ICAEW's popular annual Charity Conference has been designed to prepare you with the knowledge to thrive in challenging times with vital accounting, governance and taxation updates affecting the charity sector.

22 January 2021: 10:30
Going concern - charity and auditor

With the expectation of many charities facing financial difficulties in 2021, at the same time as auditors are required to be more rigorous in their examination of going concern matters due to ISA570. 

Sudhir Singh, Partner and Head of Not For Profit at MHA MacIntyre Hudson examines whether there will be a large number of qualified or modified audit opinions and what can be done now to avoid that situation? 

He will also consider if there is anything for financially stable charities to be worried about? And what have we learned from the COVID-19 pandemic that might have changed financial management and governance forever as we return to “normal”?

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Speakers

Sudhir Singh, Partner and Head of Not For Profit

Sudhir has been a specialist BFP audit partner for 20 years and heads the national Not for Team for the top-12 accountancy practice, MHA. He has worked in the sector for 30 years and joined the firm in 2013. Prior to this he was a specialist Not for Profit Partner or headed the sector groups for three other top 15 firms – RSM, Crowe and Mazars.

He provides a wide range of assurance and advisory services to charity, educational, membership, campaigning and other NFP organisations. Sudhir has extensive experience in NFP assurance, accounting, finance, governance, law and regulation, having served on several working parties and regularly speaking or writing on these topics. For example, during the last year he has spoken at the ICAEW academies update and at Charity Finance Group events.

Sudhir’s personal sector commitment in a voluntary capacity also extends more than 30 years in trustee, governor, treasurer, vice-chair and audit/finance committee roles. He is currently a member of Council of the Royal College of Art.  Sudhir will use his experience both as an auditor and as a trustee in this session, comparing each perspective and how a collaborative approach can be extremely beneficial.

Previous events

At Financial Controllers' Update 2020

2 December

Financial Controllers and Finance Managers have been key in supporting their businesses through the coronavirus crisis. Most have worked hard to resolve the issues and help their businesses respond. Highlights from this must-attend update, chaired by Simon Gray, Found and CEO of Career Codex, included

  • An economic update from Professor Trevor Williams.
  • Career development tips and free 10-minute sessions with leadership experts.
  • Inspirational stories from Tim Williams, CFO at InterMilan, and Laura de Poiters, Financial Controller at Escape Hunt.

Personal Financial Planning 2020

19 November: 14:55
Professional insights: Tax update - property investment
James Kipping, Tax Partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson

This session was broken into three parts:

  • An update on the rules in connection with property income and expenditure and planning opportunities for every property investor.
  • A review of whether more substantial property investments should be incorporated and how this can be done tax efficiently.
  • A review of the tax considerations in connection with non-resident and/or non-domiciled investors in UK property, looking at existing structures and new investments.

Virtually Live 2020

20 August
From the 1 January 2021 all movements of goods in and out of the UK will be subjected to customs controls. Businesses importing or exporting goods to/from the European Union will incur addition financial and administrative burden.

In a session for ICAEW Virtually Live, MHA MacIntyre Hudson Indirect Tax Partner, Alison Horner, discusses everything that you need to know to enable goods to be imported and exported post Brexit. She also looks at VAT issues around continuing to trade in the EU.

Watch the session: Brexit: Coping with customs

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