The review serves as a reliable and balanced projection of how British industry has been affected and what may be expected in the future as a result.
Read the article written by our Director Neil Driver, published in the current edition of The Parliamentary Review.
The Parliamentary Review’s primary aim is to showcase the work of a number of leading organisations across the public and private sector. The publication features exclusive forewords from the Prime Minister and the BBC’s Andrew Neil alongside unique content from representative organisations within each policy sector.
Early adoption of technology on top of a foundation of accountancy and tax expertise has meant that the clients of Davis Grant, a four-partner firm, are placed in exceptionally good stead. Neil Driver, one of the company’s four directors, tells The Parliamentary Review what all of this means in practice.
Theresa May and Helen Brand, CEO of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, appear alongside a small number of relevant individuals and organisations from the financial services sector. The Financial Services Review discusses the role of the FRC and the new ethical audit standard.
We are proud to have been included in the current edition of this publication. Sharing our expertise with leaders, both in business and politics, both proves our ability and helps our peers.Neil Driver, Director at Davis Grant, whose article was published.
With representatives from across the country coming together to raise standards and share best practice, this year’s Review provides some of the most shrewd reading for politicians, educators, and business leaders alike.Daniel Yossman, executive director of The Parliamentary Review, has praised this year’s Review as one not to be missed.
British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review.Theresa May. Prime Minister writing in the Parliamentary Review
Davis Grant’s article can be viewed here: