RfM Accountants is proud to have been featured in this year’s Parliamentary Review, an annual initiative to showcase best practice in all sectors of business across the UK.
Established by former minister The Rt Hon David Curry in 2010, The Parliamentary Review is released each year to coincide with the start of the Parliamentary year. The purpose of the Review is to share best practice among policy makers and business leaders. It also aims to demonstrate the response of business and industry to challenges posed by the political and economic environment.
Each edition of the review focuses on a key government policy area, with a select number of organisations sharing their insights alongside government ministers, agencies, associations and trade bodies. With the inclusion of commentaries from leading journalists and innovative thinking from industry experts, The Parliamentary Review is viewed as a comprehensive summary of the past year, and a reliable blueprint for the year to come.
Businesses across the UK are invited to submit evidence of best practice in their sector for inclusion in the Review. The case studies featured are used as a learning tool by the public and private sectors. RfM Accountants has been included as a representative of best industry practice in the field of Accountancy and Financial Services.
The Prime Minister commented that “this year’s Parliamentary Review follows a significant year in British politics” and this is reflected in the articles from journalists and best practice representatives alike.
Read the RfM Accountants’ Parliamentary Review article here.
Our group philosophy – to go the extra mile
“We are really pleased to have been invited for inclusion in the review,” said RfM Group Consultant, Paul Newsham. “It’s evidence that we’re doing something – actually lots of things – right.
“The group has grown relatively quickly over the last two years so It was important that, firstly, we understood what we were offering to clients and, secondly, were consistent in the way we delivered our services across the different offices.
“The + more element of our brand represents our philosophy of always going the extra mile to solve our clients’ problems. As we’ve grown, it also stands for some of the other services we offer, such as business consulting and our newly-launched legal service.
“Quick growth and corporate acquisition has certainly brought its own set of challenges. Foremost among these was ensuring that the additional offices that joined the group shared not only the same accountancy systems and standard procedures, but also our group philosophy and guiding values.
“I hope that other practices will take from our review piece that you don’t have to be just accountants to be a successful accountancy firm.”
Earlier this month, Paul attended a gala dinner at The Houses of Parliament to launch the Review. The Honourable Jacob Rees-Mogg MP was the keynote speaker at the event.
For more information about the 2018 Parliamentary Review visit www.theparliamentaryreview.co.uk
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