Has COVID-19 changed work forever? We asked ICAEW Chartered Accountants around the world to share their views on the future of work, along with the new challenges and opportunities it could bring.
ICAEW undertook a survey of its members in business in the UK, to find out how coronavirus is affecting their organisation and whether the current support schemes offered by the government are helping.
Find resources on the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on individual industry sectors.
New guidance from ICAS, ICAEW and PRAG on the implications of COVID-19 on pension scheme financial reports and audit.
A response dated 8 July 2021 to a consultation published by BEIS on 18 March 2021.
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ICAEW member and CAF Bank CEO, Alison Taylor, has many years’ experience in corporate banking leadership roles, but says the sweet spot for her is where charity connects with the private and public sectors.
6 May 2020: the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) have provided additional clarity for banks and SMEs regarding the two government loan schemes available during the coronavirus crisis.
4 May 2020: Philippa Kelly, Director of ICAEW’s Technical Strategy Business Group, outlines what SMEs may stand to gain from the Financial Conduct Authority’s announcement on insurance cover.
28 April 2020: the heads of the UK’s financial regulatory bodies are balancing the efficacy of the mass government lending schemes to the economy with risks like fraud and business failure
This factsheet highlights new requirements effective 1 January 2020 and beyond, including practical guidance on amendments for rent concessions and IBOR reform. It has been updated for recent changes.
Highlights from the broader tax news week ending 30 June, which includes: pensions schemes and leases to connected tenants, an extended time limit for notifying an option to tax, a reminder to tell HMRC about an EU VAT import one stop shop registration, HM Treasury's launching of the business rates revaluation consultation and HMRC's latest briefing on collecting tax debts.
The Pensions Regulator is reminding employers and their advisers that while the workplace has changed due to the pandemic - workplace pensions duties have not.
A June deficit of £22.8bn led to public sector net debt reaching £2,218.2bn at the end of the 2021-22 fiscal year’s first quarter, fuelling speculation the Chancellor may delay the Autumn Budget.
Alison Ring, ICAEW director for public sector, tells Room 151 that local audit reform is not enough on its own.
A public sector perspective on issuing grants and financial guarantees.
Guidance published by GOV.UK for businesses that are allowed to reopen in England. Helps employers carry out a sector-specific risk assessment and make adjustments to their site and workforce in order to reopen safely.
Series of insights from PwC’s Strategy& looking at how COVID-19 is affecting industries in the UK and how organisations can meet the challenge. Industries include power and utilities; travel and leisure; aviation; government; automotive; healthcare; pharmaceutical; banking; industrial manufacturing; real estate; asset and wealth management; retail; consumer goods; telecoms; insurance.
Guidance from GOV.UK on how to open workplaces in England safely while minimising the risk of spreading COVID-19. Includes guides for close contact services; construction and other outdoor work; factories, plants and warehouses; heritage locations; hotels and other guest accommodation, labs and research facilities; offices and contact centres; other people's homes; restaurants, pubs, bars and takeaways; shops and branches; vehicles; the visitor economy.
Cost overruns have been a recurring feature of the modern Olympic movement, but the pandemic has blown the doors off the budget for the Tokyo games.
Government departments publishing their annual report and accounts for the year ended 31 March 2021 have reported large reductions in income, substantial COVID-19-related expenditure and lower travel costs.
There are risks to businesses of all sizes and sectors when opportunities across society and the economy are unequal – and chartered accountants have a key role to play in managing and mitigating those risks