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Rosy is a Legal Sector Director at accountants Armstrong Watson. Having joined the firm in 2012, she has worked exclusively within the legal sector since 2014.
Based in Carlisle, Rosy provides compliance support such as accounting, tax and SAR services to law firms throughout the UK, as well as specialist proactive advice in order to help them improve. This advice includes structure reviews, mergers and acquisition assistance, the implementation of bonus schemes, lock-up reviews and valuations.
Rosy enjoys building close working relationships with her clients and understands the topical issues and challenges they face due to the continuing changes within the legal sector.
Armstrong Watson is endorsed by the Law Society for the provision of accountancy services to law firms throughout the North of England.
As a legal sector specialist, the firm does a lot more than just preparing your accounts, SRA Accounts Rules reports and tax returns. See their full list of legal sector services.
Armstrong Watson has 16 offices, predominantly in the north of England, and operates nationally.