Kirsty McGregor, Chairman of The Corporate Finance Network, is featuring on a panel for one of the talks being held for Accountex, although this time, it’s not at Excel, but virtual.

Together with Paul Surtees of Capitalise, Glenn Collins of ACCA and Sarah Hartshorn of CFN member firm, Dyke Yaxley, she will contribute to the discussion entitled “In critical times, raise, recover and protect clients’ capital” on Thursday 26th November at 9am.

“I am passionate about this subject, especially during these times when business owners have needed to ensure their liquidity is sufficient to allow them to trade out of this pandemic and, more importantly when businesses are required to be agile and overcome many challenges, gives them the peace of mind to allow them the freedom to make commercial decisions which are driven by good business sense, rather than by the availability of cash.

“Whilst many smaller business owners have historically been fearful of taking on debt, I’m proud that the accounting profession has become that formidable expert adviser which their clients required.  Accountants across the country have stepped into that role, offering financial and strategic advice to ensure that their clients understand the importance of being well capitalised.

I look forward to discussing how else accountants can support their clients during this session with Paul, Sarah and Glenn.”

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