Thursday 18 July 2019, ICAEW responds to the news that The UK’s legal and accounting firms made a total tax contribution of £19.1bn in 2018, up 6.8% from 2016 for those firms studied, according to the latest report from TheCityUK.
2019 press releases
Press releases issued by ICAEW in 2019.
Wednesday 10 July 2019. The latest Audit Quality Review (AQR) inspection reports published today by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) underline the need for urgent and early action on audit reform, according to ICAEW.
Friday 5 July 2019. The ICAEW comments on the recommendations contained in the Inheritance Tax Review second report published today [5 July 2019] by the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS)
Thursday 4 July 2019, The ability to predict and shape the long term success of global takeovers is often seen as the “holy grail” for CEOs, investors and their advisors. A new report from chartered accountancy body ICAEW and Drooms, a leading data solutions company, reveals that some key decision making may soon be taken away from humans and guided instead by the application of artificial intelligence (AI) in many stages of a deal process.
Wednesday 3 July 2019, ICAEW has held the National Finals of its BASE competition, designed to give school and college students aged 16-17 an insight into what business and accounting is like, and help them develop key employability skills.
Tuesday 2 July 2019, ICAEW Chief Executive, Michael Izza, comments on the launch of HM Treasury’s Green Finance Strategy
Friday 21 June 2019, Commenting on the public sector finances for May 2019, published today by the ONS, Martin Wheatcroft FCA, advisor to ICAEW on public finances, said:
Tuesday 18 June 2019, ICAEW believes that the UK is continuing to underinvest in its infrastructure and that action is needed to unlock the capital that is available.
UK economy should be able to weather continued ‘Brexit uncertainty’ without too much damage, says ICAEW
Friday 14 June 2019, ‘Brexit uncertainty’, although weighing on both business and consumer sentiment, may not damage the UK economy as much as expected according to ICAEW. In its latest Economic Forecast, ICAEW believes that the economy should be able to bear the burden of continued uncertainty and highlights the role consumers, businesses and policy makers have had in insulating the economy from political uncertainty in the past.
Two new independent non-executive directors will be joining the ICAEW Board on 4 June 2019. Mary Hockaday and Malcolm Wood will be joining to help ICAEW achieve its strategic objectives.