Bigger and better than ever before!

2020 sees the relaunch of Accountants in Business (AIB), an exciting, two-day event where a panel of industry-experts each share their subject specialism.

With six key speakers offering their thoughts and insights on the latest developments in accounting, tax and governance, you can be sure you have all the information you need to remain compliant.

 

This year’s key speakers and subject matter:

  • John Selwood – Financial Reporting update 
  • Ralph Tiffin – Financial Reporting update 
  • Paul Gee – Financial Reporting update 
  • Mark Owen – Contract Company and Commercial Law update 
  • Dr Stephen Hill – A Closer Examination of Fraud & Cyber Threats in 2020 
  • Mark Wearden – The Ethical Accountant – Expectation, Behaviour and Reputation 
  • Patrick O’Brien – Comprehensive Tax Update 
  • Amanda Chadwick – Employment Law and HR Update 

 

2020 will see Accountants in Business featured at 15 locations and dates around the UK. 

 

These are as follows:

  • Windsor: 13th-14th May 2020
  • London: 22nd-23rd July 2020
  • Milton Keynes: 9th-10th September 2020
  • Bristol: 16th-17th September 2020
  • Manchester: 22nd-23rd September 2020
  • Belfast: 29th September 2020 (1-day event)
  • Oxford: 7th-8th October 2020
  • Cambridge: 15th-16th October 2020
  • Leeds: 21st-22nd October 2020
  • Gatwick: 4th-5th November 2020
  • Southampton: 11th-12th November 2020
  • Birmingham: 18th-19th November 2020
  • Newcastle: 25th-26th November 2020
  • Edinburgh: 3rd-4th December 2020
  • London: 9th-10th December 2020

 

Book Now

Bookings are now open with two types of AIB package to choose from; Essentials and Complete. See details below… 

 

AIB Essentials:

  • A two-day training event at the location of your choice,  
  • 14 CPD hours, 
  • Plus, a 12-month subscription to Accountancy Daily

 

AIB Complete:

  • A two-day training event at the location of your choice,  
  • 31 CPD hours,  
  • 12-month subscription to Accountancy Daily,
  • Plus, a year of Croner-i eCPD modules. 

 

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