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        Accountancy Practice, what's the risk?

        Find out about professional negligence claims in accountancy practice at our breakfast seminar at The Spencer Hotel, Dublin on Thursday, 13 September 2018.
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        Date
        13 September 2018 06:30
        to
        13 September 2018 08:00

        Locations
        The Spencer Hotel
        Excise Walk, IFSC
        Dublin 1
        Ireland, D01
        Dublin

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        The past 10 years has seen a significant growth in negligence claims against professional accountants. PI insurers who have been actively involved in underwriting accountants' PI insurance for the past few years have found that accountants are one of their worst performing professions.

        Professional accountants need to be aware of the risks and how to deal effectively with claims to manage their exposure to poor claims histories and increased premiums.

        Our team of experienced professional indemnity solicitors will address the questions:

        What are the risks?

        • How should you manage claims and your practice to minimise risk?
        • Where does your regulator fit into the process?
        • Are you covered for cyber-crime and data risk?
        • 7:30 - 8:00am - Registration
        • 8:00 - 9:00am - Seminar
        • 9:00 - 9:30am - Networking

        Nina Gaston, Partner - Claims and Risk Management

        How should you manage claims and your practice to minimise risk?

        Helen Crudden, Senior Associate - The Implications of CARB Involvement

        Where does your regulator fit into the process?

        Sinéad Ryan, Senior Associate – Cyber and Data Risks

        Are you covered for cyber-crime and data risk?

        Meet the speakers

        Sinéad Ryan

        • Director

        Helen Crudden

        • Senior Associate

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