The professional services sector covers nearly every market segment of our economy, including; accounting and legal, technical, scientific, design, communications, IT, and recruitment.

Although a diverse sector, businesses in this area are often faced with similar challenges and opportunities.

Technological change and a global shift towards a more service based economy present both national and cross-border opportunities for growth.

At the same time, a weakened economy and restricted credit can put pressure on cash flow and revenue. Directors and business owners are faced with the competing demands of streamlining costs, mitigating risk and attracting and retaining high-skilled talent.

As your firm grows you need an advisor that understands these complexities.

Our advisors take the time to determine your short, medium and long term strategic direction. Doing so enables us to provide concise, relevant advice to help you achieve your goals.

So whether you’re a legal practice, PR guru, architect or IT specialist we can help. Some of the services we provide are:

  • Audit, accounting and tax compliance
  • Outsourced accounting
  • Economic forecasting and budgeting
  • Management reporting, KPIs and benchmarking
  • Salary packaging and executive remuneration
  • Exit and succession planning
  • Structuring and restructuring for growth
  • Risk management
  • Mergers and acquisitions

 

 

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