Several high-profile fraud investigations and abuses of corporate power in recent years have seen corporate governance - the rules and regulations which businesses must adhere to – come increasingly into the spotlight, and become increasingly more relevant.
Corporate governance is no longer the preserve of listed companies; organisations seeking investment must demonstrate strong governance structures and be able to inspire confidence in potential funders.
Our specialist corporate governance team offers a range of services to help your business comply with regulatory requirements and to deliver a best practice approach.
Get in touch to discover how our expert governance reviews can get you on the regulatory straight and narrow.
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Cara is a qualified accountant with over 20 years experience and a Gold Medal winner for the ACCA Examinations achieving the highest exam results in the world for the professional stage exams.
Cara has a corporate portfolio providing compliance services to a broad range of owner managed businesses and groups which span across many sectors including retail, construction, motor, haulage and logistics.
In addition to her corporate client portfolio, Cara specialises in working with the Not for Profit sector including local and national Charities, Independent Schools, Academies and community interest companies, supplying audit, assurance, governance and taxation advisory services to local and national organisations.
Audit is meant to be so much more than a number crunching exercise and Cara strives to ensure that the audit process is adding value through a risk-based approach with open communication and feedback.
Cara’s client base extends across East Anglia, where she has a strong reputation for providing excellent hands on service to local businesses and charities. She was crowned the East Anglian Daily Times - Young Business Person of the Year in 2013.Get in touch with Cara Miller
Holtjana joined Macintyre Hudson in April 2020 as a manager in the Internal Audit Department. She manages a portfolio of 40 clients, of those 70% are academies, colleges and trusts.
Holtjana Bello holds a Chartered Internal Audit qualification from the Institute of Internal Auditors UK and Ireland (CMIIA). Holtjana has a PhD in Economic Sciences and she has mastered her skills in Birmingham City University for Audit Management and Consultancy. She is a good governance practitioner with 15 years of experience in Risk and Assurance Consultancy, Corporate Governance assessment, and Value for Money auditing. She is experienced in working with private sector, local and central government, international donor community, and local and regional non-governmental actors. Holtjana has been engaged to conduct performance auditing including Value for Money audit of programs and projects financed by different donors in Europe such as EU Delegation, Council of Europe, Swiss Cooperation Office, USAID, UN agencies. During the last 10 years Holtjana has been Lecturer in University lecturing Audit Management Module. She has strong interpersonal skills, and she is able to communicate effectively at all organisational levels and to build relationships of trust while working in multi-cultural environment.
Neil joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson on 6 April 2020 as the Director and Head of Financial Reporting Advisory and Company Law and is responsible for client facing financial reporting project work and company law matters related to all forms of company reporting. Neil helps clients of all sizes (including large listed companies) cut through the complexities of financial reporting so as to provide technically and commercially solutions which are understandable. His solutions are delivered through simple advice, training, detailed project implementation or via expert written reports.
In a technical capacity Neil also works alongside the technical department advising on the financial reporting of Public Interest Entities and AIM listed companies. Further, Neil works closely with Baker Tilly International on matters relevant to the application of IFRS. Neil participates in various external working groups including ICAEW Company Law Panel of Experts and the ICAEW/ICAS Distributable Reserves Working Group. Neil has written guidance and articles on many topics including lease accounting, supplier payment practices and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on financial reporting and company law. Neil has a degree in Mathematical Physics obtained at University of Manchester (UMIST) and is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.Get in touch with Neil Parsons
Shakeel Aslam joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson during the second half of 2021, and is a Fellow Chartered Accountant as well as a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute with more than 25 years of Financial Services experience in the areas of governance, risk, compliance, internal audit and controls across banking, brokerage, wealth management and payment institutions.
He has previously worked with KPMG, Merrill Lynch and Grant Thornton and worked extensively on many international projects in the Middle East and South East Asia within Banking and Capital Markets.Get in touch with Shakeel Aslam
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