Crowe sets out the legal landscape for Midlands and South West law firms

Law firms in the Midlands and South West will have a chance to compare notes at two events in September leading up to a major legal conference in October.

National audit, tax, advisory and risk firm Crowe is holding meetings of its COFA Network in Oldbury and Cheltenham where senior executives of law firms and their finance and compliance teams can meet up and network.

Ross Prince, Professional Practices partner at Crowe, said:  “These gatherings offer an opportunity to share and discuss recent tax, regulatory and accounting developments, what action law firms need to take now and what, on the horizon, may affect business planning.”

Prince along with Cheltenham partner Sue Daye hold regular COFA Network meetings to provide a sounding board for COFA (Compliance Officer for Finance & Administration) and COLP (Compliance Officer for Legal Practice) representatives from law firms.

Sue Daye said:  “They provide an excellent opportunity for everyone to share queries, concerns and ideas, as well as participate in the round table discussions at these valuable sessions that we are delighted to be holding face-to-face again, following the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Sue Day, Crowe

The first COFA Network meeting is at Crowe’s Midlands office at Black Country House, Rounds Green Road, Oldbury on Wednesday 14 September from 08.00.  The second follows at Crowe’s Cheltenham venue, The Find, 20 Regent Street, Cheltenham, on Wednesday 21 September from 08.30.

Ross Prince said:  “These two informative events will then feed into our annual Law Firm Conference which is being held at Sixways Stadium, Worcester, on Friday 14 October.

All three events are free and for further information, contact or call 0121 543 1900, or on 01242 234421.


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