BFS Sponsors Liverpool Society of Chartered Accountant’s annual dinner

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Bridging Finance Solutions has announced its third-year sponsorship of the highly prestigious and hugely popular Liverpool Society of Chartered Accountant’s annual dinner.

A highlight in the local business calendar, the event each year attracts over 400 professionals from across the region keen to celebrate the achievements of the sector, its people and individual businesses.

The Liverpool Society of Chartered Accountants is the oldest society of the Institute of Chartered Accountants England & Wales (ICAEW), one of the largest and most respected professional bodies in the world.

This year, Gyles Brandreth will act as keynote speaker at the event which is being held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on Liverpool’s stunning waterfront at the end of November. A renowned writer, broadcaster, former MP and Lord Commissioner of the Treasury, and now chancellor of the University of Chester, he is renowned for his keen insight and sure-fire wit.

He is also a veteran of QI and Have I Got News For You, a reporter on The One Show his many books include the No 1 bestseller: The 7 Secrets of Happiness. Brandreth will undoubtedly add a special element to the evening.

Steve Barber, Managing Director of Bridging Finance Solutions commented: “This is an event that all of our team and indeed clients really look forward to. We’re pleased to be able to announce our headline sponsorship once again and enjoy being part of this important annual event.”

He added: “The keynote speakers’ are always hugely entertaining and add a different dimension to the evening. I look forward to a night hosted by Gyles Brandreth, a hugely entertaining and influential political and TV personality.”

Carol McLachlan, president of the Liverpool Society, said: “As chartered accountants, we work closely with many other professions throughout the year and events such as these are a great opportunity to build on existing relationships and to create new ones.”

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