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Jan 2021

Alexa Rossi talks through her journey working at ZEDRA CRS

Following the successful completion of her ACA qualification in December 2020, Alexa Rossi, Senior, discusses her career with ZEDRA CRS so far…

Nov 2020

Understanding Pre-Brexit Audit Risk Assessment Procedures

We summarise some of the key areas that UK auditors will look at this year, so companies can prepare…

Nov 2020

Brexit: Your Questions Answered on Financial Reporting & Accounting

We have set out some of the most common questions clients are asking…

Aug 2020

Success without a degree: F&L CRS Apprentice Georgia Morrison shares her story

Following two years with an accounting practice in Harrow, Greater London, Georgia joined the F&L CRS Apprenticeship programme and hasn’t looked back! She enjoys her varied role supporting a diverse portfolio of clients.

Aug 2020

Dominic King Appointed Associate Director

In one of its largest rounds of promotions to date, F&L Corporate Reporting Services (F&L CRS) appointed ACA qualified Dominic King as Associate Director.

Aug 2020

Ed Wallis Takes on Technical Manager Role

In a first for the firm, F&L Corporate Reporting Services recently promoted Ed Wallis to Technical Manager.

Jul 2020

US Acquisitions of UK Companies - The Accounting Conundrum

US companies completing an acquisition of a UK company can find it a stressful process, but being aware of the accounting considerations can help ensure compliance…

Jun 2020

Planning Ahead: Accounting & Audit Considerations

So much guidance and information has been released by accounting bodies around the world regarding accounting and audit that it may be difficult to navigate to the key aspects which a company’s executive team will need to consider in the post-COVID world.

Jun 2020

Financial Accounting: Preparing for the Ethnicity Pay Gap

In the first steps towards creating a diverse, inclusive and fair employment landscape, the UK Government introduced gender pay gap reporting in 2017. Companies with more than 250 employees in the UK have been required to collate and report gender pay gap data since then, with the first filings in April 2018.