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Our work within Accountancy Practice
The Accountancy Practice sector in Scotland is at the forefront of the accountancy profession worldwide. We’re front runners in terms of digital innovation, training quality, the breadth and depth of service provision and the calibre of talent.
Alongside the Big 4 and Top 10 national firms, the highly competitive independent accountancy landscape caters for the accounting and finance needs of multinationals and growth companies. In our experience, succession planning is a priority for many firms, while larger players are tackling the challenges of staff retention and market positioning.
Accountancy firms across Scotland draw a combined turnover of over £1bn and see over 230,000 employed. A career in the accountancy profession can offer a varied technically stimulating role and the opportunity to build lasting business partnerships.
Our dedicated team of specialist consultants are spread across our Edinburgh and Glasgow offices. Team iMultiply includes a seasoned accountancy recruitment business founder and a former EY Auditor. As a business we have over 20 years’ experience. This specialist team are focused on finding the right match for vacancies at all levels within practice. We’ll also find the right strategic fit at Director and Partner level.
Our services to assist those working in accountancy practice include:
- Securing a more varied role, such as moving from Audit to Accounts or Accounts to Corporate Finance
- Career progression advice
- Taking your first step into industry
- Achieving a more flexible working pattern
- Discussing exam failures and next steps
- Exploring early departure of a training contract and clawback fees
- Advice on salaries and current market value
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Accountancy Practice Insights
Senior Public Practice Consultant Gareth Spowart recently conducted a poll on Linkedin about commuting and remote working. "Would you consider commuting for longer but less frequently? For example, a 2/3-hour weekly commute compared with a 1-hour daily commute."...
Why Audit? : An Interview with Sharon CollinsRecently Senior Public Practice Consultant, Gareth Spowart sat down with Sharon Collins, Partner from Thomson Cooper to discuss why people should consider a career in audit. Sharon, you joined Thomson Cooper as Partner just...
On Thursday the 20th February iMultiply launched its report titled ‘The changing landscape of Public Practice in Scotland’. The report is the product of surveying both employees and employers within the Public Practice sector on a number of topics affecting the...