ABS approval enables Abbiss Cadres to create unique, integrated approach to HR-related services and employee engagement

9 October 2012 | Rebecca Foley

Abbiss Cadres LLP is delighted to announce that it has been authorised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority as a new style Alternative Business Structure with effect from 1 October, 2012.

Already a multi-disciplinary practice offering a full range of professional services, including employment law, tax, compensation and benefits, as well as an integrated international assignments practice, Abbiss Cadres will broaden its service offering in key business consultancy areas, while continuing to offer regulated legal services.

Managing Partner, Guy Abbiss, explains:

“People are the key to competitive advantage for all businesses – never has this been more relevant than in the current climate of domestic and global change. From the beginning, our mission has been to help our clients make the most of their people by providing a unique mix of services not available in other UK professional services firms. It is this mix of services and our ability to organise around our clients’ needs which is the key to our success.”

ABS status will enable Abbiss Cadres to develop to meet client demand in key service areas, including tax and HR and communications consulting, by allowing non-lawyers to participate as Partners and investors. Plans include new business offerings around the delivery of employee communications as part of an integrated employee engagement practice. Announcements of new hires in these areas will be made in due course.

For further details contact Guy Abbiss on +44 (0) 203 051 5714 or guy.abbiss@abbisscadres.com.

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