PracticeAccounting FirmsRoundtable: Improving client service

Roundtable: Improving client service

What can practices do to improve client service and reduce client risk?

In this latest Accountancy Age roundtable series we look at what firms can do
to improve their services and help clients to access much-needed funds from
reluctant lenders. And we talk to a long-standing finance director about what
accountants should be doing.

In the first of two 25-minute web seminars we offer practical advice on how
accountants can best survive the recession and the credit freeze – whether they
are in practice or in business.

Speakers in this roundtable include Richard Brooks, chief executive of FD
Solutions, and Ian Sumbler, partner at Morris Owen.

To register and listen to this seminar,
click
here
.

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