KAG Investments & Executive Consulting Firm

KAG Investment and Executive Consulting Firm was established as a Limited Liability Company in the year 2014 "WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU" Company Description
KAG Investment and Executive Consulting Firm was established as a Limited Liability Company in the year 2014 as a taught and project in working progress.


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Pitching your idea to a U.S. investor? Five tips for getting your business visa.
6 September 2015 JMac

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Teleconferencing is convenient, but nothing matches the effectiveness of a face-to-face meeting. If you have your business plan, you’ve made your contacts and are ready to pitch your idea to U.S. investors, you’ll want to do it in person.

The Business Visitor Visa (B-1) allows for temporary, business-related travel to the U.S. The B-1 visa does not allow you to work or earn money in the U.S. To find out if you qualify for the B-1, go to travel.state.gov. To apply, visit the website of your nearest U.S. embassy or consulate. Fill out the online application to schedule an interview.

At your interview, the officer will ask questions that help him or her better understand your need to travel to the U.S. It’s important to effectively convey your reasons.

Be specific. Tell the interviewing officer the particulars of your business trip — who you’re meeting with and why. Be prepared to answer questions about your trip and your business clearly and specifically.

Make your ties to your home country clear. The officer who interviews you is looking to you to show that your trip is temporary and for a specific purpose. Strong family ties and an ongoing career in your home country are examples of connections that will help clarify this.

Bring supporting documents. While you are not required to supply specific documents, a copy of your business plan, a letter from the U.S. company you’re pitching to or anything that supports your reason for travel will help.

Be honest. Do not exaggerate the extent of your business or fabricate reasons for your travel. This will make a denial likely, now and in the future.

Understand that there is no single magic answer. You’ll be granted a visa based on the information you give your interviewer about your overall circumstances. There is no secret answer to a single question. The best strategy is to be clear and straightforward about your particular situation.

ShareAmerica features information about same-sex spouse, diversity, and other kinds of U.S. visas.
Also visit travel.state.gov to learn more.


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Insurance claims handler:
Job description
Salary and conditions
Entry requirements
Career development
Employers and vacancy …

So you think you want to be a
Insurance claims handler?

See how well you suit this job in Career.

Insurance claims handlers ensure that insurance claims are handled efficiently and that payment for valid claims is made to their policyholders. They decide on the extent and validity of a claim, checking for any potential fraudulent activity.

Insurance claims handlers coordinate the services that may be required by policyholders following an accident or incident. This can include arranging and coordinating for approved tradespeople to make homes safe again or organising replacement goods if a policyholder has been burgled.

They may be involved in large scale accidents and incidents, for example a bridge collapse.

As well as communicating with policyholders, insurance claims handlers liaise with external experts such as loss adjusters and lawyers. They may become involved in loss adjusting activities, (investigating the loss), or in legal discussions about the recovery of money from the party responsible for the loss. Work on complex cases requires experience and expert knowledge.

Typical work activities
Insurance claims handlers are involved in managing a claim from beginning through to settlement. Depending on their level of experience and knowledge, they may be involved in investigating potentially fraudulent claims and undertaking a range of loss adjusting activities.

Depending on your experience and level of responsibility, typical activities may include:

providing advice on making a claim and the processes involved;
processing new insurance claims notifications;
collecting accurate information and documents to proceed with a claim;
analysing a claim made by a policymaker;
guiding policyholders on how to proceed with the claim;
contacting trades people from a network of approved professionals and arranging for them to make repairs on the policyholder's property;
monitoring the progress of a claim;
investigating potentially fraudulent claims;
indentifying reasons why full payment may not be made;
ensuring fair settlement of a valid claim;
building relationships with loss adjusters, forensic accountants and solicitors, as well as other legal/claims professionals;
ensuring the customer is treated fairly and that the customer receives excellent service in accordance with industry and company guidelines;
handling any complaints associated with a claim;
involvement in loss adjusting activities and in legal discussions relating to settlement;
seeking legal recovery of monies paid out;
managing a team of claims handlers (at managerial level);
taking responsibility for productivity and profit;
adhering to legal requirements, industry regulations and customer quality standards set by the company.

Contest Us Today at [email protected] with your CV and Cover letter, we look forward to hearing from you.

We are also interviewing Tax advisors:
Job description
Salary and conditions
Entry requirements
Career development
Employers and vacancy …

So you think you want to be a
Tax adviser?

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Tax advisers use their knowledge of tax legislation to provide advisory and consultancy services to clients, ensuring that they pay their taxes in the most efficient way and benefit from any tax advantages and exemptions. They keep up to date with changing tax laws and explain complicated legislation and its implications to their clients in simple terms.

There are two main types of tax advice:

corporate - working for business clients to make sure they are not paying any more tax than is necessary;
personal - providing advice to individual clients, some of whom are private clients with large assets.
The work is detailed and complex, and tax advisers quickly develop expert knowledge in areas such as corporate, personal, international and inheritance tax, National Insurance, VAT, and trusts and estates.

Clients include large and small companies, partnerships, trusts and individuals.

Typical work activities
Tax advisers can work in compliance, ensuring a client meets all tax obligations by preparing and submitting tax returns, tax computations and any other necessary forms. Alternatively, they may work in consultancy, advising clients on how to minimise their tax liabilities.

The work of a tax adviser depends on the nature and size of the employer. Larger accountancy firms, for example, tend to adopt a structure that permits greater specialisation, whereas in smaller companies the work may be more varied.

Initially, a graduate within a tax advisory role might focus on compliance activities, for example, completing tax returns and calculating the amount payable, with movement towards consultancy and specialisation as their career develops.

Typical areas of activity include:

researching, analysing and interpreting changing tax legislation in both the UK and overseas;
meeting with clients and collating information;
working with tax law and revenue provisions;
preparing and submitting compliance (tax) returns by the deadline;
liaising and negotiating with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) on behalf of the client;
providing consultancy services to high value private clients;
creating tax strategies for clients and planning their financial futures;
carrying out detailed computations to calculate tax liability and advising on how to minimise a client's liability;
establishing and structuring family trusts;
estate planning and advising on tax residence and domicile matters;
providing guidance on indirect taxation issues such as VAT, customs planning and environmental taxes;
producing reports and presentations for clients.
Some self-employed tax advisers also offer their clients a range of accountancy services, such as bookkeeping, payroll and VAT.


Chartered certified accountant:
Job description
Salary and conditions
Entry requirements
Career development
Employers and vacancy …

So you think you want to be a
Chartered certified accountant?

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Chartered certified accountants undertake a large variety of accountancy services and are responsible for:

developing and maintaining financial and accounting systems;
financial forecasting;
auditing financial records;
investigating financial anomalies.
They produce reports and budget plans, and contribute to business strategy.

They can work within a range of sectors including public practice, financial services or the corporate sector. Often, a chartered certified accountant's main aim is to maximise profitability and efficiency or ensure value for money on behalf of their employer or client, often assessing business possibilities.

Chartered certified accountants can offer a variety of services to an internationally recognised standard, including advising on taxation, insolvency and corporate finance. They may also provide a management consultancy service.

Typical work activities
The day-to-day activities of a chartered certified accountant can vary according to the size and type of organisation, but will generally involve:

preparing financial statements, business plans, commentaries and budgets for management or client reports;
regularly undertaking audits, involving the examination of the organisation's accounts, analysing risk, inspecting the organisation's current practices, investigating any financial irregularities and recommending improvements;
reviewing, implementing and adapting new and existing financial systems and controls;
producing and analysing annual and monthly accounts;
providing regular financial reports, as and when they are needed;
managing expenditure, credit, payroll and investments;
liaising with clients (individuals or businesses) or non-financial members of staff, providing financial information and advice;
advising managers on financial policy and control, such as the costs and benefits of a particular project;
dealing with, and advising on tax issues, ensuring compliance with tax legislation;
advising clients on areas of business improvement, or dealing with insolvency;
negotiating business terms with associated organisations such as suppliers;
managing colleagues.

Contact Us Today at [email protected] with your CV and Cover Letter


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There Experienced and Professional Staff Specializing in All Hair and Nail Types. As one of Georgetown, Guyana's premier full service salons and spas, Joan's Constellation Salon is a woman-owned business that has hand selected a diverse staff whose extensive professional experience enhances the quality of services they offer there valued clients. They pride themselves on providing there guests with personalized salon and spa treatments that enriches your natural beauty.

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Do you need a related degree?
For our management and consultancy schemes, a degree of any discipline will be acceptable. In many cases we are more interested in specific personality traits, such as leadership, and will use tests and assessment centres to find the types of candidates they are looking for.

We are looking for commercial awareness, so for some candidates a numerical or business degree may be advantageous. Some employers will seek particular skills, such as IT or marketing, depending on their business focus.

Our companies provide opportunities for employees to become specialists in an area of work and move up to management without having a degree. Applicants can attend a workshop and if successful gain a fast-track to an internship. We offer a Management Consulting Higher Apprenticeship Program.

For risk management roles, we prefer a degree with risk management.

What skills do we want?
We are look for candates with:
The ability to be flexible and open to change;
leadership skills and ability to motivate others;
good interpersonal skills;
good organisational and time management skills;
analytical skills and strategic thinking.
Where can you get work experience?
We place a strong emphasis on previous work experience. We offer summer placements in the industry for undergraduate students, which can lead to a permanent job with us.

Our firm and large consultancies offer summer placements and year-long industrial placements. These include experience in all types of consultancy including business, technical and financial areas. Entry requirements are similar to those required. Sending a CV and cover letter.

To find work placements and internships in our business sector's , Email [email protected]


Job sectors Business, consulting and management
Overview of the business sector under KAG Inec

Case studies
Done by JMAC Lobbyist of Social Political Science and Economics: &
Our International Development Manager at KAG Inec says:
If you are looking for responsibility early on in your career and rapid progression then the target-driven world of business, consulting and management could be for you…

What areas of business can you work in?
Employment opportunities can be split into:

Business management

Business managers may be general managers or responsible for specific areas of a business, such as HR, IT, or marketing. Some roles lean more towards people management while others focus more on project management, but most managers will need skills in both areas. In a smaller company managers may perform a range of roles.


Consultants offer advice to organisations and help them solve problems and enhance their business performance. They work in large companies or consultancy firms which can be general, specialise in strategy or offer advice to a specific industry, such as:

human resources (HR);
information technology;
You could also consider roles that offer specialist advice and support to companies, such as risk manager, economist and operational researcher.

There is some overlap with the accountancy, banking and finance sector. Professionals from both sectors will often work together to ensure the best outcome for the client.

For examples of job roles in this sector, jobs in business and management.

What job can you do?
These job profiles are examples of careers in the business, consulting and management sector:

Chartered management accountant
Civil Service fast streamer
Environmental consultant
Fast food restaurant manager
Financial manager
Health service manager
Hotel manager
IT consultant
Management consultant
Office manager
Operational researcher
Public affairs consultant
Recruitment consultant
Retail manager
To find the job roles that best match your skills and interests, send CV to [email protected] subject line what jobs would suit me?

Who are the main employers?
Most large companies across all sectors recruit firm's to business roles, including general management, HR and marketing. There are also many opportunities in the public sector; the Civil Service, the NHS and local government. We offer all.

There are opportunities with large companies, particularly in the financial sector, and with consultancy firms.
Such as KAG Inec Firm. Consultants can be found in most other sectors including: retail; healthcare; energy and utilities; and telecoms, although in many cases these are not entry level jobs but roles for those with expertise and experience in a specific industry.

What's it like working in the sector?
Candates entering the business, consulting and management sector can expect:

A high level of responsibility from an early stage and opportunities for rapid career progression;
high salaries and bonuses, especially in consultancy. According to The Market in 2014 report by Kisha's Connections. Candates in consultancy can expect an average starting salary of $31,500. This can rise to $50,000 with a few years' experience and considerably more for senior consultants;
a varied working life, spending time at client sites, periods away from home and travel and work abroad;
working hours to be typically long and focused on meeting deadlines and completing a project;
self-employment or freelance work to be an option with a number of years' experience.

What are the key issues in the business sector?
The number of management jobs is expected to increase. Skills to survive in economic uncertainty are in demand, as decisions by managers may determine whether a company flourishes or folds. The skills needed include an understanding of change management, innovation and the ability to manage resources and motivate employees.

Consultancy is a highly competitive area with consultancy firms looking for bright, high achievers for their junior analyst roles. Many will not get a consulting role immediately after applying and may need to work for a few years in a relevant industry, such as finance, HR, IT or telecoms to build up business knowledge and maturity before considering the transition to consultancy.

Risk management is a fast growing profession, especially in the financial sector.

Written by Jason McLean for KAG Inec Firm.
Email CV to [email protected]



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