PracticeAuditJames Cowper flying after air ambulance audit win

James Cowper flying after air ambulance audit win

Audit win for James Cowper, taking on Thames Valley & Chiltern Air Ambulance Trust's numbers

Advisory firm James Cowper has been appointed auditors to the
Thames Valley &
Chiltern Air Ambulance Trust
, after winning a tender.

The air ambulance trust is celebrating its tenth anniversary, and is funded
solely by the public – requiring in excess of £2m a year to keep it flying.

“The firm was able to show a good understanding of the air ambulance service
and our specific needs and requirements,” said finance manager Chris Colton.

“James Cowper is a hugely respected firm of accountants across the Thames
Valley. We look forward to working with them over the coming months and years.”

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