Financing SME internationalisation: the role of small practices
ACCA has over 100 years' experience of working with the Small to Medium Enterprises (SME) sector. We lobby governments, regulators and standards setters for the long-term development of a healthy SME sector, and are dedicated to supporting professional accountants so they can continue to function as the most trusted business advisers and finance managers across this sector.
ACCA’s latest research, Financing SME Internationalisation: the role of small practices, aims to consider what roles SMPs play in sourcing finance for global SMEs as well as the resources they need in order to fulfil this role.
Emmanouil (Manos) Schizas is a Senior Economic Analyst at ACCA. Born and educated in Athens, Greece, he now lives and works in London. Manos leads ACCA’s research programme on Access to Finance and is the editor of ACCA's quarterly Global Economic Conditions Survey, the largest regular economic survey of accountants in the world. He specialises in small business and enterprise policy, business economics and statistics. Before joining ACCA, he worked as a researcher for the UK's Financial Sector Skills Council (now the Financial Skills Partnership) and was intimately involved in the development of skills policy for accountancy and finance.
7.00pm Presentation & Q&A
8.00pm Event close
Monday 4 November 2013
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Complimentary for ACCA members
1 CPD unit
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