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Prepare for Growth: International Expansion

Prepare for Growth: International Expansion

Due to the success of our previous ‘Prepare for Growth’ seminars, Savant is excited to announce it’s follow up seminar ‘Prepare for Growth: International Expansion’. With guest speaker David Wall and his team.

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Prepare For Growth
Prepare For Growth

Savant are proud to host a series of seminars entitled Prepare For Growth. Covering a variety of topics to help you make the most of your team.


Video: Savant 2016 Employment & Skills Outlook - Mark Sheldon
Video: Savant 2016 Employment & Skills Outlook - Mark Sheldon

The adoption of new technology, a continuously changing business landscape and new legislation, is all impacting the types of skills that employers need and will need in the near future.


SKILLS IN DEMAND, SALARIES RISING
SKILLS IN DEMAND, SALARIES RISING

During the next year 75% of finance leaders expect to experience difficulties in recruiting accountancy and finance professionals and securing the skills they need to build teams and manage their increasing workload.


THE YEAR OF THE JOB SEEKER - 2016 EMPLOYMENT AND SKILLS UPDATE FOR ACCOUNTANCY AND FINANCE
THE YEAR OF THE JOB SEEKER - 2016 EMPLOYMENT AND SKILLS UPDATE FOR ACCOUNTANCY AND FINANCE

Over the last year, growth across the accountancy & finance sector has found many organisations struggling to attract and retain the key people they need in order to effectively manage workloads.

2016 EMPLOYMENT AND SKILLS SURVEY RESULTS
2016 EMPLOYMENT AND SKILLS SURVEY RESULTS

We surveyed finance leaders from across the UK to understand the challenges they expect to face over the next year


ACCOUNTANCY AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: PERMANENT RECRUITMENT WILL REMAIN STRONG
ACCOUNTANCY AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: PERMANENT RECRUITMENT WILL REMAIN STRONG

As market confidence remains high, most sectors within accountancy and finance are expected to experience positive year on year performance.


TAX: RISING SALARY LEVELS AND INTENSE PRESSURE ON FIRMS
TAX: RISING SALARY LEVELS AND INTENSE PRESSURE ON FIRMS

The International Private Client Tax market has never had it so good with business at unprecedented levels.


TREASURY: LIMITLESS DEMAND FOR IFRS SKILLS
TREASURY: LIMITLESS DEMAND FOR IFRS SKILLS

The treasury market should continue to grow at a steady pace in 2016, similar to the rate experienced during 2015.

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