Our directors aim to keep clients up-to-date with changes in the financial and business world. They regularly write articles for or are quoted in the national press. Also included here are details of developments within Nexia Smith & Williamson.
Auditor from the Bristol office of Smith & Williamson has achieved top marks in the West of England in her final accounting exams
A homelessness charity which provides accommodation and support to more than 2,500 people a year in Hampshire has appointed an external auditor.
FRS 102, the most significant change to UK financial reporting in recent years is about to hit but a recent survey by Smith & Williamson reveals many businesses are not prepared.
Cathy Allen has joined Smith & Williamson as an Associate Director working in the firm’s Assurance and Business Services team where she is managing a range of pension scheme audits and other assurance work.
Two graduate trainees from the Bristol office of accountancy and investment management firm, Smith & Williamson, have achieved top grades in their chartered accountancy exams.
Changes in the taxation of Principal Private Residences and a potential merger of National Insurance with PAYE could be mooted in the upcoming March Budget.
More than half (56%) of merger discussions between law firms are ending in failure with a third of firms spending in excess of three months in negotiations before the decision to halt talks is reached. 15% of firms taking part in this research report spending more than six months in merger discussions which came to nothing.
More than $8m (US dollars) has been recovered to date by liquidators of a geophysical contractor which carried out seismic data surveys in the search for hidden reserves of gas and oil under the world's seas.
An expanding UK company at the forefront of technology in water analysis and colour measurement has appointed Smith & Williamson for audit and tax services.
The audit group at Smith & Williamson has been appointed to the newly-created Audit Services Panel launched today (Monday) by the Pension Protection Fund (PPF).