A FIRM of accountants in Nailsea can now work with multi-million pound companies after meeting challenging quality checks.
Hudson Business Accountants and Advisers have become Registered Auditors and can work with medium and large businesses which have a turnover greater than £10 million.
The company in Crown Glass Place has met all the requirements set by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) - a world leading professional membership organisation to become Registered Auditors.
Della Hudson, who has trained with accountancy firms in London and has nearly 30 years’ experience, said: “This is a major achievement for us and means that we can continue to grow the business by providing services for bigger clients.”
Hudson’s currently deals with anything from a start-up to high growth business.
Della, who has previously worked with multi-million pound organisations, said: “We love the variety of our work and supporting clients at various stages of their business.
“Thanks to this accreditation, we can now handle our clients’ accounts and audit them as they continue to grow.”
The firm, which recently celebrated preparing online returns to HMRC in record time, has also installed modern accounts software in order to take on more clients.
Della, mum-of-two who lives in Backwell, said: “It’s an exciting time for our business and I’m grateful to have such a dedicated team in place.”
Hudson’s was set up in January 2009 and has expanded with the acquisition of Sarah Leighton Accountancy Services Limited in 2015.
Today the firm offers a range of business advice services to help firms grow.
Della also runs a series of free seminars in Bristol and Nailsea, called Money Matters, to help people increase their profit.
For more information on the free seminars, visit www.hudsonaccountants.com/events/
"This is a major achievement for us and means that we can continue to grow the business by providing services for bigger clients."
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