It has been just over a year since the UN launched its sustainable development goals for the planet, and right from the start ICAEW has championed their relevance to business and the profession. Finance & Management finds out how the goals are shaping change.
Accountants are navigating the dark waters of Brexit, even though it’s not fully clear what it will mean for business, says Nigel Hastilow.
All eyes are on next month’s Autumn Statement to see if it will help or hinder the economy in the wake of the referendum result.
Brexit may mean Brexit, but what does it mean for the UK’s manufacturers? Christian Doherty examines how the manufacturing sector has reacted to the decision to leave the EU.
With EU negotiations due to start in early 2017, what can SMEs do in the meantime to make sure they are prepared for Brexit?
Through a series of ongoing G20 activities, ICAEW has established itself as a commentator on G20 issues, representing the views of the business community to the G20 and playing a role in shaping the global policy agenda.
In recent times economies have taken a turn for the worse, with financial markets spooked by the apparent weakness of the global economy. Scott Corfe looks at whether the future really is bleak.
There was plenty of good news in George Osborne’s eighth budget for the finance directors and owners of smaller businesses, as Richard Cree reports.
It’s the biggest political question for a generation: stay in the EU, or leave? Christian Doherty speaks to high-profile FDs on both sides of the debate.
The package holiday hastened a decline for seaside towns – but now they’re fighting back. Clive Stevens looks at the funding options open to SMEs with an eye for regeneration.