Thirty minute session from ICAEW Virtually Live covering the 10 practical considerations that businesses need to be focusing on right now to be prepared for the end of the transition period
Need to know
Read our quick-start guide, outlining a variety of areas that could impact your business post Brexit, to help you prepare for when the transition period has ended.
Latest news and insights
A round-up of Brexit issues to be concerned about.
Manage your R&D Tax credits expertly.
How to make small and constant digital changes to ensure finance success.
Innovation tools to assist in changing your Finance team.
Guides and FAQs
Cash flow and financial management present challenges to businesses of all sizes. This page offers practical advice on how to manage and forecast your cash flow.
16 April 2020 - The business impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) means effective cash flow analysis and forecasting have never been more important. This guide sets out some principles for adapting your approach to the current crisis.
Finance professionals are key in supporting their businesses through the Coronavirus crisis. Most will be working through the issues and helping their businesses respond. This financial management guide responds to member feedback and aims to help members consider the actions they may need to take.
This guide, created by the ICAEW Business and Management Faculty, helps finance professionals with the practical financial management steps they can take to support their businesses through the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
The UK's export credit agency provides a range of services to support exporters. The website outlines their products, including: financing to help exporters win contracts; guarantee schemes to support companies in fulfilling orders; and insurance to help companies manage risks in challenging markets.
Checklist from the Association of Corporate Treasurers to help you assess your current treasury landscape, understand what the business needs and how your banks are adapting. Sections cober maintaining sufficient liquidity, continuity of contracts, FX volatility, cash management, credit rating agencies and pensions.