|Vivek graduated with a degree in Chemical Engineering from Cambridge University in 1999.
He then joined Deloitte in their Assurance department. During his time there, Vivek's clients included Alliance and Leicester Plc and Anglo American Plc. Vivek also spent 6 months on secondment working in Corporate Finance.
Upon qualification Vivek decided to follow his passion and move to a career in professional training and development. Vivek joined ATC’s (now part of FTC Kaplan) Corporate Training division where he provided training at a number of different organisations in both the public and private sector.
In 2005 Vivek joined BPP’s Professional Development Division where he was Head of Finance for Non Finance Managers Training (FFNFM) and was also Head of Public Sector Training.
Throughout his career; Vivek has delivered courses for many Government Departments, Agencies and NDPBs in the UK and overseas. This includes FCO, DoH, BiS, OFT, OFGEM, Department for Transport, Insolvency Service, ACAS, DWP, MOD, The Highways Agency and The Irish Civil Service.
He has also worked with a range of private sector companies ranging from large multinationals to SMEs.
Vivek has particular expertise in Financial Reporting and is a subject matter expert in US GAAP, IFRS and UK GAAP, having delivered courses to thousands of delegates from a variety of industries over his career.
Vivek is passionate about training and is a strong believer in how effective training has numerous advantages for organisations, such as performance improvement, enhanced communication and staff morale.
|Moshmi graduated with a degree in Law from Cambridge University in 1999 and then went on to complete her Legal Practice Course at Oxford.
She joined Allen and Overy as a trainee solicitor and qualified into their corporate department. Whilst at Allen & Overy Moshmi worked on a number of high profile deals with blue chip clients.
She then moved onto Dundas & Wilson LLP as an associate in their corporate team. Her role there involved working on a number of M&A deals. She was also responsible for mentoring and developing more junior staff.
At Dundas & Wilson LLP Moshmi moved into a PSL role, where she worked in a team developing internal guidance, training programmes and precedents for the rest of the business. It was in this role that she discovered that she loved training and development.
Moshmi decided to follow her passion for training and development and set up her own training and consulting business. Within this time she has worked with clients such as BPP as an expert training consultant. This involved conducting a wholesale review of their CPD Company Commercial Offering. Projects undertaken to date have included: