PracticePeople In PracticeFrancis Clark partner takes ICAEW chair role

Francis Clark partner takes ICAEW chair role

Stephanie Henshaw takes chair position on the ICAEW’s financial reporting faculty board

Francis Clark partner takes ICAEW chair role

FRANCIS CLARK partner Stephanie Henshaw has taken a chair role at one of the ICAEW’s faculty boards.

Henshaw, (pictured) who is currently Francis Clark’s technical partner, has been appointed chair of the financial reporting faculty board. She was part of the group that established the ICAEW’s financial reporting faculty in 2009 and has been a board member ever since.

Prior to joining Francis Clark in October 2008 she spent more than 17 years at MacIntyre Hudson, latterly as senior technical consultant.

She said: “I’m honoured to be appointed chair of this important and innovative faculty, particularly at a time when changes to UK GAAP from 2015 will present some tricky challenges for companies and accountants.

“Our focus is to provide practical assistance and accessible resources across a spectrum of financial reporting issues keeping faculty and ICAEW members up to date with changing regulations and standards.”

Francis Clark was ranked 28th in 2012’s Accountancy Age Top 50 survey, with 46 partners and employing 350 staff.  

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