Doing more for your client than you first agreed can have serious consequences, including unintended liabilities, fee disputes and possible loss of the client, advises Bluefin.
London Accountant news
News from the London Accountant magazine, the official publication of the London and Croydon Societies of Chartered Accountants.
Last month, London Society of Chartered Accountant members took part in an institute-wide consultation for ICAEW’s submission to the Treasury Select Committee’s inquiry into regional imbalances in the UK economy.
On 30 October, in association with Metro Bank, the ICAEW’s London and South East regional team are hosting a lunchtime event with professional services adviser Liz Whitaker, who will set out her top tips on how you can utilise the power of personal communications to engage, persuade and inspire the people around you.
Don’t miss out, places at this year’s Pan Accountancy Lunch are being snapped up following the news that the new Chair of the FRC’s Corporate Reporting Council will be speaking at the event in October.
Liz Murrall, Director of Stewardship and Reporting at The Investment Association and newly appointed Chair of the Financial Reporting Council’s Corporate Reporting Council, will be sharing her views on what the investment community expects from the audit profession at this year’s Pan Accountancy Lunch.
Why not make the best of your downtime by reviewing 2019’s essential line up of CPD training courses, tailored for LSCA members.
ICAEW has promised its support for the government’s Green Finance Strategy as part of its commitment to tackling the climate change crisis.
Although they missed out on the top award, one London school picked up the business acumen award at the recent ICAEW BASE competition, as former LSCA President Naima Siddiqi presented the overall award to Queen Elizabeth’s School in Crediton, Devon.
As a sell-out audience at Metro Bank hears from ICAEW Tech Faculty about the impact AI will have on the profession, a new report reveals how corporate deal-making could be changed forever.
Nathan Steinberg, consultant at Kreston Reeves, is the new President of the London Society of Chartered Accountants, while small business adviser Vicky Andrew becomes Deputy President and Indy Agnihotri is joined by North West London Area Society chair Viresh Paul as Vice President.