Our divisions

Business assurance division

‘Variety' best describes the work of this division. You could be involved in the audit of any organisation from a listed company to a charity.

With every audit, you'll gain a deeper insight into each stage of the process, and a broader view of the businesses we work for. As your experience grows, so will your opportunities.

You could, for example:

  • assist our corporate finance teams and litigation experts
  • work on an international contract via our membership of PKF International - a global network of independent accounting firms
  • work on an assignment for the European Commission.

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Financial services division

PKF Littlejohn is renowned in the City for its expertise in the London insurance market, and Lloyd's in particular. You may be auditing Lloyd's syndicates, brokers and members' agents, as well as investment managers and venture capitalists.

Your work could range from auditing a corporate capital vehicle for a Lloyd's Name, to helping with the complex technical work involved in a firm's FCA authorisation application form.

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Business advisory services division

Owner-managed businesses, sole traders and partnerships don't always have the accounting infrastructure of larger companies, so they rely on us for day-to-day financial advice. Our clients include car dealerships, solicitors, manufacturers and retailers.

This division provides audits to SMEs and a range of other business services. Your work could range from conducting audits at clients' premises to preparing management or statutory accounts.

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Tax division

The division provides VAT, corporate tax and personal tax compliance and consultancy services to a wide range of clients and prides itself on the quality of service, high degree of professionalism and personal approach that is offered to each and every client.

As you progress your portfolio could range from tax compliance work, to providing advice and practical assistance on more complex issues. This could include providing advice around areas such as the acquisition or disposal of assets in a business, corporate reorganisations, group tax planning shareholder exit strategies or contentious disputes with HMRC.