Covid-19 has presented organisations and businesses with a host of challenges in 2020, forcing them to adapt at an unprecedented rate. Jane Walker talks to some ICAEW Chartered Accountants in Scotland about how they’ve responded to events in a year like no other.
2020 press releases from our local region and district societies.
More skills training for young people and guidance for businesses will be essential to help Hertfordshire’s economy recover in 2021, business leaders have said.
As 2020 draws to a close, and what a year it’s been, we could all do with a diversion and something to keep us occupied over the festive season – so here’s SAL’s Christmas Quiz.
It is with great sadness to inform members of the passing of our ICAEW colleague, Martin Warren, after a short illness.
Celebrating student success is a key part of the ICAEW Scotland annual activities, and this year was no exception.
Aston University undergraduate accountancy students Navdeep Gill and Danyaal Adeem were each awarded the Mary Harris Smith Prize during a virtual ceremony held on 10 November 2020.
Following the official announcement made by the incumbent Society President, Anne Smith, on Wednesday 6 May 2020 at the ICAEW South Wales Society’s Annual General Meeting, Nick Rowe has been officially elected as the President for 2020-2022. Nick’s term of office began on 31 October 2020 and will run for an extended 18-month period and until the AGM in May 2022.
In these challenging times the demand for the skills that ICAEW chartered accountants bring continues to be key to the talent development plans of many businesses. For those in the West Wales region we have collaborated with key stakeholders to increase access to high quality virtual ACA training to support this.
Relationship will kick off with October virtual event for members and businesses in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.
Jane Walker explores some of the points raised by tourism and hospitality industry professionals during the recent ICAEW Scotland online panel session on what recovery looks like for the industry in Scotland.