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Macintyre Hudson Advisory Services are delighted again to be offering some of our most popular in-house training programmes as open courses.

Lawyers need to understand the financial and accounting implications of the advice they are giving.



Lawyers will, at some time, inevitably have to interact with financial reports and accounting issues as part of their day to day jobs: as part of advice they are giving to a client, for litigation or a transaction being undertaken, or simply to understand their own or their client’s businesses.

Our purpose is to provide lawyers with the accounting knowledge they need, when they need it and in the form they need it and we have been delivering this for over 20 years.

We are leaders in providing practical finance training to firms of lawyers.

The reason for this success is summed up in the words of one of our clients, "...the key to your financial training is that you do not try to turn us into accountants but help us to understand the headline financial issues and risks as they impact the transactions that we are working on…".

Our instructors are also well known for taking complex accounting and financial issues and by understanding them fully and how they relate to the work that clients are doing are able to explain them in everyday language so that they make sense, are logical and relevant to commercial transactions.

We specialise in providing the courses on an in-house basis wherever possible using the firm's own precedent documentation. 

Please click on the relevant link on the menu to see some of the courses that we provide in each practice area.  If what you are looking for is not shown please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be delighted to help.

 

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