Manchester

The fastest way to get from where you are now ... to where you want to be!

 

"It's not what you know, it's who you know" ... you've probably noticed, that's truer today than it ever has been before.

That's why 'networking' is THE fast track way for you to be able to achieve ALL of your business goals faster than you ever thought possible.

Becoming a confident and effective networker can get new clients for your business or firm quicker than any other method available to you.

The fastest way to get from where you are now ... to where you want to be!

 

"It's not what you know, it's who you know" ... you've probably noticed, that's truer today than it ever has been before.

That's why 'networking' is THE fast track way for you to be able to achieve ALL of your business goals faster than you ever thought possible.

Becoming a confident and effective networker can get new clients for your business or firm quicker than any other method available to you.

BigHand aims to deliver innovative productivity-enhancing software to busy time-focused professionals, wherever and whenever they need it.

Since the last BigHand conference in February, the technical team have developed various new products and now you will be able to view, what's new with BigHand in person – and find out how to make the most out of your BigHand software.

How to Influence and negotiate is a three hour afternoon masterclass from Kintish's business partner Derek Arden.

This workshop is a 'hands-on' masterclass where participants will put their new skills into practice throughout the day. Continual feedback and coaching is provided by the course facilitator as well as fellow participants.Outcome of attending this day – Learn from one of the country's experts - Master Negotiator, author and mentor - Derek Arden will explain the secrets of Negotiation and influencing

The strong emphasis of the event is:
  •  interactive discussion with subject-matter experts and your peers,
  •  practical focus – using real-life case studies
  •  impartial advice, not sales talk!
 
The programme, which has been developed following feedback from our clients, includes:
  •  Implementing Outcomes Focussed Regulation - your chance to raise questions direct with the SRA
  •  Creating an effectiv

 

Agenda Highlights & BigSchool

Sessions will include a keynote address from Great Britain's most decorated female Paralympian and 2012 Sports Personality of the Year nominee, Dame Sarah Storey, DBE, for whom time saving is also of paramount importance...

 

This course has been tailored to meet the needs of accountants involved in the audit of firms of solicitors under the SRA Accounts Rules (formerly the Solicitors' Accounts Rules 1998).

Delegates attending this course will benefit from Richard Lane's expert knowledge and experience of this important topic.

This course focuses on the main provisions of the SRA Accounts Rules, contained within the new SRA Handbook, governing how solicitors handle clients' money, and is primarily aimed at those working in private practice. 

Although assuming no prior knowledge, delegates attending this course will quickly build a sound understanding of the SRA Accounts Rules by looking at the most common compliance issues that occur in practice and the pitfalls to be avoided including problem areas such as the treatment of residual balances on client ledger accounts.

This course examines the key provisions of the Terrorism Act 2000, Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and the Money Laundering Regulations 2007 as they affect solicitors in private practice. Detailed consideration of The Law Society's Anti-Money Laundering Practice Note ensures that delegates attending the course will be aware of what is considered to be best practice in this important area.

From January 2013, the Compliance Officer for Finance and Administration (COFA) within a firm will have special responsibility for ensuring that clients‘ money is handled in accordance with the SRA Accounts Rules and that any breaches of the SRA Accounts Rules are documented and reported back to the SRA. This course has been developed to provide COFA’s, who have a non-financial background, with a deeper understanding of what can go wrong within a firm.

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