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KPMG Channel Islands Limited is a locally- owned, independent member firm of the KPMG network, affiliated with KPMG International. A leading accountancy practice, with offices based in Jersey and Guernsey, KPMG provides audit, tax and financial advisory services through talented professionals whose aim is to deliver the highest service and value to our clients.


KPMG’s global network enables us to draw on our international resources and skills to meet our clients’ needs. KPMG seeks to address complex business challenges with methodologies and processes spanning industry sectors and national boundaries.


Fundamental to KPMG’s approach is our focus on industry sectors. Our vision is simple, to turn knowledge into value for the benefit of our clients, people and our capital markets. We believe we can only add value for clients if we truly understand their industry, which is why we invest in continuously improving our knowledge of the industries we serve.


For further information about our services either in the Channel Islands or globally, please contact


Heather MacCallum Executive Director, Audit +44 (0) 1534 608403


hmaccallum@kpmg.jersey.je


John Riva Head of Tax


+44 (0) 1534 608401 jriva@kpmg.jersey.je


Robert Kirkby Director, Advisory +44 (0) 1534 632549 rkirkby@kpmg.jersey.je


Training procurement made easy!


mantra is a vendor neutral training procurement and managed training service that allows you to use the resources, knowledge and experience of our training advisors to source and manage your own training.


Being vendor independent, we sit on your side of the fence and always recommend the most appropriate training for you and your business. By supporting or enhancing your learning and development function, we can also remove much of the headache around training procurement and management, releasing you to concentrate on the more strategic areas of your business.


Benefits you can realise using mantra include: l economies of scale l increased control through a single point of contact


l consolidated SLA, contract and review process l ongoing management of existing and new suppliers


l reduction of management time spent liaising with multiple suppliers


l reduction of time spent sourcing training and on the associated administration


l consolidated invoicing l cost savings from all the above l development of your learning and development strategy


l independent advice and support from experienced training advisors


For further information, please contact: Gordon Porter Managing Director +44 1534 780 989


gordon.porter@mantraci.com www.mantraci.com


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Mekad Limited are Jersey based accountants, tax and business advisers. Their services include Jersey and international tax services, outsourced bookkeeping , accounting and tax compliance services.


Mekad have partnered with accountsIQ, the online accounting software provider, to deliver a unique service within the Channel Islands and overseas for their outsourced bookkeeping, accounting, VAT and GST services. The online solution is entirely hosted and managed on a secure and scalable platform, with automatic back ups. In addition it also reduces the ongoing IT costs and provides clients with a real time response on accounting and cash-flow management issues, which are vital factors that companies face in this environment. The software provides standard and bespoke (KPIs etc) reports which can be tailored to client specific requirements.


For further details please send an email to info@mekad.com, visit their website www.mekad.com, or call them on +44(0)1534 729870.


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