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Northern Society of Chartered Accountants

At the heart of northern business since 1882

Top ten regulatory tips for General Practitioners with Stephanie Henshaw

Date: 18 September 2014 09:30-12:30

Type: Course, Legal and Regulatory

Organiser: Tyne and Wear

No accounting practice is in business just to satisfy regulators but failure to comply can have both professional and financial consequences.  This course looks at a topical “top ten” regulatory trip hazards, considers why they arise and how to avoid them.

This course is designed to give you confidence that you are keeping on top of your obligations in running your firm.  This course is probably the most important and valuable half day of CPD you could get this year.

Content will include

The detailed content will be informed by recent feedback from regulators, including accountancy bodies, the Registrar of Companies etc., but will typically include the following areas:

  •  Anti-money laundering compliance
  •  Money laundering reporting and other reports to regulators – including tips on the form and  content of reports
  •  Practice administration – including professional regulatory requirements and notifications
  •  Regulations related to client relationships – data protection, consumer credit, contractual matters
  •  Company secretarial and filing

The course will use real life (anonymous) examples of situations that accountants have faced.

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Venue

Ramside Hall Hotel

Address:
Ramside Hall Hotel,
Carrville,
Durham,
DH1 1TD

Tel No: 0191 386 5282

Speaker

Stephanie Henshaw

Stephanie Henshaw

Stephanie is Technical Standards Partner with Francis Clark LLP and Chair of the ICAEW Financial Reporting Faculty Board.  She is a regular speaker for us on Northern Society CPD courses on audit, accounting and company law matters. As a partner in a busy practice she has direct experience of how changes in standards and legislation really impact on day to day working life.

How to book

The easiest way to book is online by clicking the button to Book Online at icaew.com – you will be able to log into your account at icaew.com and pay with your debit or credit card.

You can also telephone the ICAEW central events booking team on 01908 248159 and pay over the phone.

Alternatively you can download a booking form or book by email.