Are you a bright Graduate looking for a career in Accountancy? Would you like to get a head start with some relevant 'on the job' experience while you study for your recognised qualification? Then starting your career with our Graduate programme might be for you.
MHA Macintyre Hudson - Employer
MHA Maclntyre Hudson is a top 20 UK accounting firm, offering a full range of compliance and advisory services toentrepreneurial businesses, groups and multinationals with operations in the UK. The firm has 85 Partners and 600 staff in 14 offices in London and the South East, and across East Anglia and the Midlands, servicing the whole country.
Established in 1880, we are a growing and successful mid tier UK independent accountancy firm working with entrepreneurial businesses, groups and multinationals with operations in the UK. We provide a comprehensive range of services and specialist advice, including audit and assurance, tax planning and compliance for both corporate and individual clients, payroll and VAT, restructuring and recovery, business strategy and outsourcing.
Other parts of the MHA MacIntyre Hudson Group provide specialist advice on corporate finance and professional training.
Accountancy is not just about numbers, it’s about people. Today, chartered accountancy involves business advisory professionals getting deeply involved in real-life business issues, problems and solutions. That’s why we recognise that attracting, retaining and developing great talent allows us to effectively support and advise our clients, ensuring our mutual success.
Why join our Firm?
We are the UK member firm of Baker Tilly International, with a network of trusted advisers in 130 countries (think of those opportunities for an international secondment to Sydney, New York or elsewhere!)
Shortlisted: National Firm of the Year at the British Accountancy Awards 2014
Highly commended: Training Team of the Year at the British Accountancy Awards 2014
Full study support will be provided to include all fees and study leave relating to your course.