Viresh Paul, president of the London Society of Chartered Accountants shares his thoughts on New Year's resolutions.
Let’s Fuel Up Now
London Society of Chartered Accountants President Viresh Paul’s update on events hosted by the society.
Viresh Paul, president of the London Society of Chartered Accountants asks for readers opinions on the new London Accountant format.
With the Conference of the Parties approaching in November, ICAEW have been developing a vast amount of content and events to prepare the profession on the subject of climate and ESG developments.
In this October’s issue, the theme is ‘Climate change’ with the two-week COP26 summit around the corner. I want to bring out our role in this and the part accountants' need to be playing.
London Accountant PDF Magazine
Being a B Corp in the professional services sector – what you need to know and why it’s worth consideringAlison Powell, ICAEW Fellow, Finance Director, Bates Wells, explains what a B Corp is and why it makes sense to make your business more sustainable.
Alison Powell, ICAEW Fellow, Finance Director, Bates Wells, explains what a B Corp is and why it makes sense to make your business more sustainable.
Anzo Francis, LSCA Vice President and Business Board Chair, provides an overview.
From the recent Pan accountancy Lunch, read our chief guest, Small Business Commissioner Liz Barclay's address.
The UK economy is continuing to recover from the huge fall in economic activity caused by the pandemic.
Educating Chartered Accountants of tomorrow
CASSL Director for Wellbeing, Temi Ayodeji shares current experiences in training.
Nick Gallimore, Director of Talent Transformation at Clear Review discusses why performance management shouldn’t stop when businesses face tough times.
Vicky Andrew, immediate past President of LSCA and a member of LSCA’s Business Board, highlights the ICAEW’s online course, as part of this month’s Fintech theme.
Helen Brennan from LSCA reflects on how we can continue to adapt to a hybrid work life.
Companies are now willing to hire people from many locations not just those within a 60 minute commute of their office. The good news is that there are more jobs that you can consider & the bad news is that so can everyone else.