Live discussion: Supporting clients on the long road to recovery
As the pandemic continues to disrupt businesses and accountancy firms across the UK, Accountancy Age is hosting a live discussion with audit and accountancy professionals on Friday 12 June at 2pm BST to assess current challenges.
The discussion is part of our fortnightly series in which we bring industry experts to share how they are responding to specific hurdles. This week, we’ll be speaking with Paul Copland, Head of Audit, EY and Stephen Verber, Partner, Alexander & Co.
The one hour session will discuss how the audit and accounting profession are helping clients recover in times of crisis.
To join the discussion, click here.
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