Kirsty McGregor was interviewed by regional ITV News on Wed 18th March. Unfortunately the programme was busy that only a snippet was able to be used. Similar advice will be given by Kirsty on a webinar on Monday 23rd March at 1.30pm with Capitalise.com Register here and if you can’t watch the live webinar,
Kirsty McGregor is regularly featured in the national press and her opinion is sought in relation to issues for SMEs concerning funding, growing and selling a business. She has contributed to the following recent articles:
FAO: Creditsafe Business Solutions Ltd, Dun & Bradstreet, Equifax, Experian, Graydon, Vistra UK and Company Watch and their trade body, Business Information Providers Association (BIPA)
I’m calling on every company in your sector to take action, this morning, to help the UK’s economy in this dire times. Whatever change in legislation or charter you need,
Whilst the Government have announced a business finance support package, it is unlikely to be accessible for several days (the loans via the banks) or weeks (the grants via the Local Authorities). Not all businesses will meet the criteria for them anyway. There may be more to come from the Government,
The Corporate Finance Network has published its forthcoming National Conference programme which has a theme of “The ABCD of Corporate Finance” and focuses on a range of topics around Artificial intelligence, Blockchain, Cloud Computing and Big Data.
Speakers from a range of industries will be presenting about how these technologies are already affecting our work and what we need to prepare for as continued innovation will undoubtedly change to our working practices even further over the next few years.
Chartered accountant Wylie & Bisset has become the sole Scottish member and the exclusive representative for Glasgow of The Corporate Finance Network nationwide group of specialist corporate finance advisers.
Consisting of selected accountancy firms and business advisors providing SMEs and owner managed businesses with practical business advice, the Corporate Finance Network specialises in acquisitions,
Kirsty McGregor of The CFN shares how the ripple across the travel industry should highlight how all SMEs should identify sectors which they are reliant upon
When multinational companies fail, inevitably the headlines are numerous as the devastating consequences for its employees are recognised. However, there is another group of stakeholders who will also suffer,
The CFN has announced the programme for its Autumn series of Rising Stars events
The Rising Stars events from The Corporate Finance Network have a track record of nurturing managers and newly qualified accountants, providing coaching in more commercial areas than many typical training courses. These managers are then equipped with the skills,
The CFN has today launched the first of its new series of events for Autumn 2019, Power Packs. A unique event where marketing teams and technical teams come together to plan the most effective strategy to grow the corporate finance service line.
These will be the only events in the accounting profession where accountancy partner/directors put their marketing and business development support team front &
The Corporate Finance Network is calling upon the Government to abandon their Government Referral Scheme, calling it “a harmful policy that generates so much cost and bureaucracy the government is keeping the figures secret”
The Government Referral Scheme was launched after an announcement by the Chancellor in the 2016 Spring Budget.
‘Big 4’ accountancy firm, KPMG, has recently axed its service for SMEs. James Hurley, Enterprise Editor at The Times, asked our chairman for her view on this
The full article in The Times can be viewed here: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/can-you-count-on-help-from-big-hitters-vdkx056ct
Kirsty McGregor, Founder and Chairman of The Corporate Finance Network,