Monday, April 15, 2024

Exchange programme brings American accountant to Nottingham

Nottingham accountants Page Kirk recently welcomed a visitor from the USA, as part of an exchange programme with associate firm in Wisconsin.

Jordan Ditter, Senior Accountant with Wegner CPAs in Madison, spent a month at the Page Kirk offices on Gregory Boulevard, where he not only gained an appreciation of British accounting practices, but also managed to take in some of the local sights and entertainment – including a match at the City Ground and a visit to a traditional pantomime.

The trip comes hot on the heels of Page Kirk’s Sonja Dengler spending time in Madison and finding out more about accountancy on the other side of the pond.

The exchange was made possible by Page Kirk’s membership of Accelerate – a network of accountancy firms affiliated with Crowe Global. The connections across borders mean that the local accountancy business is kept abreast of the very latest developments in best practice and technology. At the same time, their clients have access to international expertise, while members of staff can benefit from opportunities to work overseas.

Jordan said of his recent visit to Nottingham: “Overall, it was a really great experience. I felt like I learned a lot while at Page Kirk and even though I was in Nottingham to work, there were still lots of opportunities for leisure and activities.

“It was great to meet a whole new team of people that I hope to stay in touch with after the exchange programme. Nottingham is a great city and I hope to make it back again someday.”

Sonja reflected on her own trip to the USA: “The team at Wegner not only embraced me as a colleague but also went above and beyond to make me feel at home in a new work environment. Their hospitality was truly commendable. I felt encouraged to immerse myself in the culture, both professionally and personally.”

Page Kirk are currently looking for qualified accountants and auditors to join their team. Benefits include the opportunity to take part in their international work exchange programme.

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