Fiduciary businesses should spend more time considering the accounting policies they use, says accountant Will Morgan, who’s putting a spotlight on Trust and Company accounting at the Collas Crill sponsored STEP Guernsey lunchtime lecture this month.
Will is co-owner of Offshore Consulting (Guernsey) Limited, a provider of outsourced accountancy services, and is an ICAS (Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland) qualified accountant.
He said: “Fiduciary businesses should spend more time considering the accounting policies they use.
“They should be relevant, clear and appropriate to the client. A one size fits all approach could result in more risk to company directors.”
Will’s presentation includes an ‘idiot’s guide’ to reviewing accounts at the session at 12 noon at the OGH on Friday 14 March. He’ll also consider presentation and stakeholders of Trust and Company accounts and possible mitigation of current industry risks.
Will trained with Ernst & Young Guernsey and went on to train accounts and trust professionals for BPP Professional Education training in ACCA, ICSA and other professional qualifications. In 2007 Will set up Offshore Consulting to provide project resources to the financial services sector.
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