The partnership will also include Informi, the advice website for small business set up by AAT in 2016.
Lloyds Banking Group will provide rich content on a series of relevant topics to accounting technicians, accountants and bookkeepers via the AAT Comment website, along with articles of interest to small business owners through the Informi website.
Over the coming months Lloyds will be working with AAT to provide a range of helpful content on topics like international trade, in the light of Brexit, working capital and cash flow planning, and late payment.
“Through this partnership, AAT members will be able to support their clients with insight that will shape working capital conversations, as well as provide access to guidance and information on international trade,” says Ed Thurman, Managing Director, Global Transaction Banking, Commercial Banking at Lloyds Banking Group.
“This partnership is designed to help our members and the wider sector gain useful insights from an established expert who can help provide solutions for many of their clients,” says Mark Farrar, Chief Executive of AAT.
David Nunn is Content Manager at AAT.