Leading accounting and advisory firm, Bishop Fleming, has been appointed as an approved supplier to an education consortium framework.
The firm, which is auditor to the largest number of academies in the education sector, has been appointed to the new financial services framework of Crescent Purchasing Consortium (CPC), a charitable organisation which provides the best value frameworks to the education sector.
CPC’s Financial framework enables member schools, academies, multi-academy trusts, colleges, and universities to now access a comprehensive range of financial management and managed accounting services from Bishop Fleming.
Pam Tuckett, head of education, said: “I am delighted Bishop Fleming have been appointed as an approved supplier of the CPC Financial Services Framework, adding additional services our clients can receive from us via the CPC.
“As number one auditor to academies in the education sector, our advisory team are leaders in our field and can advise and support trustees in their roles as non-executives. We are committed to providing our clients with the best service possible, and I am looking forward to working alongside the CPC who are as passionate about the education sector as we are.
“I look forward to being able to provide services to our clients which will benefit them considerably.”