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PaulM Paul Meredith (Member since: 4/07/2010 12:05:45 AM)
I am the Head of Professional Standards at the Institute, a chartered accountant and a former suburban practitioner.

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7/12/2011 12:00:34 AM Paul Meredith said:

Adding to the resources on offshoring is the latest publication in the Institute's Business Briefing Series, 20 issues on outsourcing and offshoring, produced in conjunction with Ernst & Young.

26/01/2012 11:49:01 PM Paul Meredith said:

On 25 January 2012 the APESB released their exposure draft of a proposed guidance note APES GN 30 Outsourced Services. While not specifically addressing offshoring, the guidance on outsourcing can obviously be relevant in this context.


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