TECH 14/14CFF addresses a regulatory requirement of companies seeking to list on a UK market. The guidance is aimed at directors and reporting accountants and updates TECH 01/13CFF. TECH 14/14CFF should be implemented for listing processes beginning on or after 1 December, 2014.
The Business Finance Guide – a journey from start-up to growth is a major initiative supported by 19 eminent professional, representative and membership organisations. The publication has been co-ordinated by the Corporate Finance Faculty and the new British Business Bank.
This is a unique guide that sets out the main things to consider when raising funds for growth and outlines sources of equity and debt finance available to businesses – ranging from start-ups to SMEs and growing mid-sized companies. The guide also includes several tools and ideas to help businesses consider their options, make decisions and plan how they will finance expansion.
Our Corporate Finance Faculty has been working with the Cabinet Office to initiate a Taskforce to tackle the cyber-security risks in corporate finance.
This publication helps to raise awareness of the specific risks that businesses face and shows how they can – with expert help – begin to tackle them when they are raising finance, undertaking M&A and restructuring.
In May 2013, ICAEW published Pro Forma Financial Information, Status Report on updating guidance for directors, in which it announced its intention to update the guidance and set out the areas for review.
Part 3 of this document contains the exposure draft of proposed new guidance for directors
on preparing pro forma financial information. It