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DIRECTORY For more information about the directory call Carl Methven on +44 (0)1534 615886 Training that improves business performance


The tools we use everyday are the ones that we need to know best, which is why ALX Training delivers MS Office classes to successful businesses across the Channel Islands.


Designed to meet your business needs, our courses improve efficiency by helping your staff get the most from Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint. Enabling them to work confidently and efficiently with these powerful tools as well as learning clever tips and tricks that save both time and effort.


Our training examples are modelled on realistic scenarios carefully designed to reinforce and extend your understanding of Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint.


If your firm is planning to upgrade to Office 2007 or 2010, then ALX Training is the perfect partner. We’ll ensure that your colleagues will be able to use these new applications from the first moment they sit down to use them.


MS Office Support


All the benefits from an internal trainer without the overheads, with our monthly onsite floor support. Reduce the number of IT helpdesk calls, answer questions, resolve problems and provide relevant short-cuts to speed up workflow on a regular basis.


For more information and course outlines call Alex Morel on 07797 774676 or email alex@alxtraining.com Web: www.alxtraining.com


Appleby is a leading provider of offshore legal, fiduciary and administration services. Uniquely positioned in the key offshore jurisdictions of Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Jersey and Mauritius, as well as the international financial centres of London, Hong Kong and Zurich, the group offers objective jurisdictional business solutions. Over 700 lawyers and professional specialists deliver sophisticated, specialised services primarily in the areas of Corporate and Commercial, Litigation and Insolvency, Trusts and Property.


Michael O’Connell is the Managing Partner of the Jersey office, which has around 140 staff, including more than 65 fee-earners. Active in Jersey’s finance sector since its inception, the Jersey office has an excellent reputation for corporate & commercial, litigation, property, as well as private client and corporate trust work. Members of the office regularly advise London City and international law firms on all legal aspects of offshore corporate, finance and investment fund transactions and arrangements in Jersey.


Contact Details: Michael O’Connell


Partner and Managing Partner - Jersey PO Box 207


13-14 Esplanade St Helier


Jersey JE1 1BD Tel: 01534 818025


Email: moconnell@applebyglobal.com Web: www.applebyglobal.com


Begbies Traynor in the Channel Islands is part of the Begbies Traynor Group plc and its wider global network of similar professionals based in 94 countries. We work on assignments across multiple jurisdictions for banks, funds and fiduciaries. We provide specialist advice and solutions to directors, trustees, council members and those in a fiduciary position on issues surrounding company solvency, asset protection, tax planning and general business solutions.


With offices in Jersey, Guernsey and the Cayman Islands, as well as affiliates in other key offshore locations, we are well positioned to service the offshore community.


We specialise in: l Insolvency and Corporate Restructuring l Forensic Accounting l Intelligence Risk Management and Investigation Services


l Specialist Tax Consulting and Compliance l Financial Modelling and Business Planning


We do not perform audit services and as a result are rarely exposed to conflicts of interest.


Please visit our website for more information:


www.begbiestraynor.com


Or contact us directly: Jersey


John Pirouet +44 (0) 1534 610144 john.pirouet@begbies-traynor.com


Guernsey


Alan Roberts +44 (0) 1481 728447 alan.roberts:begbies-traynor.com


Cayman Islands


Mike Saville +1 (0) 3459 437 608 mike.saville@begbies-traynor.com


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