Seven things to do before signing a Letter of Intent

A LEADING North Wales accountancy firm is offering advice to business owners who might be considering selling their business in the future. According to Bangor and Llandudno based Williams Denton, while you may be years away from selling your business, but it’s never too early to understand what the process involves. They emphasise that, when selling an attractive business, you also have ... [More]

North Wales’ business deals lag rest of UK

Business deal activity in North Wales is falling short of the rest of the UK at just half the expected level according to a leading accountancy firm in the region. Llandudno and Bangor-based firm Williams Denton reported the statistics at two launch events to mark its membership of The Corporate Finance Network. The results show that that there is a huge opportunity for ambitious small and ... [More]

Third of North Wales business owners near retirement

Up to a third of North Wales companies could be vulnerable to closure, with potential job losses, due to the region’s ageing business-owner population, according to figures uncovered by a leading accountancy firm. The findings, which reveal that around 30 per cent of North Wales business owners are aged 60 or over in the LL postcode area, have been highlighted by Bangor and Llandudno based firm ... [More]

Williams Denton lobbies government for ‘common sense’ SME funding

Leading North Wales accountancy firm Williams Denton is working with its colleagues at The Corporate Finance Network to lobby Westminster for a common sense approach to solving the economic and funding issues faced by SMEs. Williams Denton, which has branches in Llandudno and Bangor, believes the Funding for Lending Scheme, announced recently by Chancellor George Osbourne, could have little ... [More]

Feathered friend helps fundraising goal take flight at Bangor 10k

A Bangor accountant is thanking an ‘ostrich’ for helping him in his bid to raise much-needed funds for Wales Air Ambulance. Keith Barker ran the Bangor 10k in May with colleagues from Williams Denton. Having not run such a race for 25 years, Keith knew it would be a challenge, which became all the more so after he suffered an injury just days before the event. Keith said: “I had little ... [More]

Banks enforce account changes on one in two businesses

Almost one in two small and mid-sized companies in North Wales are likely to be facing adverse bank charges or other amendment to their facility, according to a study by a network of leading accountants and business advisers. The Corporate Finance Network, which is represented in North Wales by Bangor and Llandudno accountancy firm Williams Denton, surveyed 20,000 SME business clients and found ... [More]

Air Ambulance counts on Williams Denton at Bangor 10K

Air Ambulance counts on Williams Denton at Bangor 10K Wales Air Ambulance is banking on Williams Denton pulling in some much needed funds when the accountancy team don their running shoes for this weekend’s Bangor 10K race. The five-strong team of accountants and support staff are hoping to raise £3,000 for the charity, which is solely funded through donations. While the team have been ... [More]

Williams Denton and Gamlins open doors to free accounting and legal advice

Businesses in North Wales can now access free accountancy and legal advice as part of a landmark scheme from Williams Denton and Gamlins. The leading accountancy and legal firms are set to hold early evening drop-in clinics every throughout February at the Williams Denton offices in Llandudno. The move follows a report prepared for the Welsh Assembly that found many small businesses are ... [More]