Martin Oxley sent this out for the Foreign and Commonwealth office and we are pleased to assist in its propagation. Dear Quoracy.com subscribers, Poland presents an attractive nearshore growth opportunity for Britain Plc. In line with the new UKTI strategy presented to government recently by Lord Green, Minister […]
I was recently reminded of something my old gardener told me about ivy. I had been surprised at how slow some lovely variegated ivy that had been planted by my fence was coming on, and his words were as follows: With ivy, the first year it is put in, it does […]
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TGC corporate lawyers have sent in the following reminder of legal responsibilities of directors in Poland that are often overlooked. Please take a moment to ensure you know the following if it impacts on you. Dear Quoracy.com subscribers,We would like to draw your attention to the liability […]
I am writing to relate a story based on true events which came to light last week when one gentleman came into one of our offices and spoke to me. To keep matters confidential, I won’t say the country – the same can happen in any country – […]
For businesses which have never been audited but which are growing up quickly to meet the audit thresholds in a year or two, you may wish to consider having your first audit done while it is still voluntary to do so, and the results, if less positive than […]
An excerpt on appointment of auditors from one of the leading Polish newspapers Rzeczpospolita. There are a few articles here on one large page, one of them dealing with what an audit report is and what it’s supposed to contain. This is anodyne and will be what you […]
I was recently asked whether there was any value in a loss-making business that had had a good reputation for 30 years. Put very simply, and almost as a philosophical maxim, the sum of the value of an enterprise is equal to the sum of the NPVs of […]