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A leading accountancy practice, with offices based in Jersey and Guernsey, KPMG in the Channel Islands provide audit, tax and financial advisory services.


KPMG’s global network enables us to draw on our international resources and skills to meet our clients’ needs. We address complex business challenges with methodologies and processes spanning markets 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 capital markets.


For further information please contact:


Heather MacCallum Executive Director, Audit hmaccallum@kpmg.jersey.je


Rob Hutchinson Executive Director, Audit rahutchinson@kpmg.guernsey.gg


John Riva Head of Tax


jriva@kpmg.jersey.je


Tony Mancini Executive Director, Tax amancini@kpmg.guernsey.gg


Ashley Paxton Head of Advisory


ashleypaxton@kpmg.guernsey.gg


Robert Kirkby Director, Advisory rkirkby@kpmg.jersey.je


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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





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.


You want creative thinking to run through your business, but don’t want an advertising agency…. Engage Modus Operandi and deploy ‘out-of-the box’ creative processes as part of your business development planning.


As an expert in your professional field, creative thinking maybe restricted within your area of specialisation. We help brainstorm your issues building from a ground up perspective, mentoring people and focusing your team on all aspects of successful strategic planning.


We encourage flexibility; diversity and change, allowing you retention of thinking people as required, without large costs or constraints of fixed methodology or process. Greater thinking time dedicated to the problem, not the production. We seek to work alongside adventurous clients with clear objectives:-


Work smart; driven to succeed - outsmart competitors not outspend them. Creative thinkers - in business development and marketing delivering a minimum cost and maximum return. Willing to accept change - based on clear strategic thinking. Want a highly personal service - key people working with key people as a team. Prepared to share on success - reward appropriately. Engage in a challenging, yet rewarding relationship - enjoy the sweat and tears.


Please contact Rod Bryans or Alan Luce. Email modusoperandijersey@gmail.com


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