New Specialist Training Division for AAB
Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB), one of the leading independent firms of Chartered Accountants in Scotland, is pleased to announce the launch of a new specialist Training Division to build on existing workshops and courses currently delivered to clients.…
News7th Nov 2016
Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB), one of the leading independent firms of Chartered Accountants in Scotland, is pleased to announce the launch of a new specialist Training Division to build on existing workshops and courses currently delivered to clients.
Businesses will benefit from AAB’s combination of industry experience, practical knowledge and real business solutions, providing high quality training courses suitable to all industries.
AAB understands the challenges that businesses face and has tailored a range of courses current to the market in the following disciplines:
- Corporate Tax
- Indirect Tax
- Employment Tax
- International Tax
- Charity Services
The new division will be headed up by Gary Johnstone, and supported by Alasdair Green, Claire Smith, Sarah Munro and Kirsten Robertson.
Course attendees will learn from a range of real case studies bringing practical solutions to current business challenges. This will strengthen businesses and improve individuals’ technical skills and commercial awareness. AAB’s specialist courses will ensure that your team will have the expertise necessary to address business challenges and plan for the future.
Douglas Martin, Partner, commented “We are delighted to be launching our new training division. We have been successfully providing our clients with relevant training workshops in a number of areas and by establishing and developing a broader and more complimentary range of training courses, this will enable us to provide further assistance to our clients, ensuring that we are best placed to help them achieve the best possible results.”
Gary Johnstone added “At AAB we understand the importance of having an exceptional team with the expertise and skills required to add value to a business and the role that quality and relevant training has in achieving this. We look to forward to developing new and existing client relationships through our specialist and bespoke courses in financial and tax disciplines and can tailor the delivery of these to our clients’ exact needs.”
The first two courses which AAB will run are ‘Indirect Tax Considerations For International Trade’ on Wednesday 7 December 2016 and ‘Innovations Tax Relief’ on Wednesday 18 January 2017. More information on booking can be found on the Training Page of the AAB website.
AAB have over 250 people working in specialised teams across 39 different service lines, all focused on working in partnership with clients to understand and help deliver their ambitions.