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Unlike most other professions, anyone may legally call themselves an accountant without having to undertake any training or work placed experience.
The title Chartered Accountant however indicates that the person has undertaken a minimum of three years in-depth training, passed a series of rigorous examinations in financial management, auditing, business strategy and taxation, and committed to continuing professional development to keep their skills up to date.
Mudd Partners LLP Chartered Accountants are bound by a code of ethics and subject to disciplinary procedures. By offering professional services to the public we are also required to hold a practicing certificate and professional indemnity insurance.
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