LPFG Ltd is a private limited company registered in England and Wales, number 11459344, registered office First Floor, Telecom House, 125-135 Preston Road, Brighton BN1 6AF. A list of our directors is available at our principal place of business 22 Merryfield Crescent, Angmering, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN16 4DA.

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

The world according to LPFG

Effective governance and clear financial reporting are critical to all complex organisations, particularly in the public sector. But it is becoming increasingly difficult to deliver these principles as financial reporting standards become more complex and as finance and assurance professionals are expected to deliver more with diminishing resources.

LPFG Ltd believes that through great leadership, applying an intelligent approach to financial reporting and governance and sheer hard work, it is possible to balance these conflicting demands. Scroll down to see some examples of the world according to our Managing Director, Graham Liddell as captured in Room 151, the online magazine for local government senior finance officers.

If you want to find out more, you can email Graham by clicking on the button below or phone him on 01903 357015 or 07917 567036.

 

CREATING A GREAT SHARED SERVICE

Recent events have cast doubt over the future of shared services for local authorities, but they can still provide valuable benefits. In  this article, Graham Liddell sets out three (or is it four) conditions for shared service success. If you need help developing a shared service, click the button below.

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HOW INTERNAL AUDIT CAN ADD VALUE

In this article, on auditing budgetary control, Graham illustrates how the modern internal audit service can step up its game and add value by embracing new approaches to the audit of the most traditional of subjects. If you would like to talk through how we can help you develop your internal audit service, please get in touch by clicking the button below.

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST (ABOUT ACCOUNTS)

The financial statements might not be exciting but they are important and getting it wrong can have serious consequences. In this tongue in cheek article, Graham resorts to using a short play to illustrate his point.

If you need help with your financial statements or how to report complex transactions, please get in touch. 

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