L Chartered accountancy involves giving
professional advice to organisations on a wide range of business and finance issues.
Chartered accuntants assume the role of business advisers, making high-level strategic decisions that aim to improve profitability and increase market share for their clients' or their employer's
Many chartered accountants also go on to use their expertise to set up businesses of their own, becoming successful entrepreneurs.
As well as financial reporting, taxation, auditing, forensic accounting, corporate finance and insolvency, accountants are have a solid foundation in business, marketing, economics, finance,
management and information systems.
Chartered Accountants assist with litigation support from family law to employment tribunals and advise also on employment policy and business procedures.