As workplaces move towards the next phase of the coronavirus recovery - the so-called ‘new normal’ - firms, leaders and managers need to address the challenges facing their junior staff. CASSL Secretary Tim Reilly, writes.
What is Run-Off Insurance and do you need it?
There’s no great mystique to run-off insurance. The key to understanding this cover is getting to grips with the “claims made” nature of the protection.
Vicky Andrew, LSCA President, outlines some new opportunities for volunteering and ways that you can give something back.
LSCA President, Vicky Andrew, outlines what she has learnt from ICAEW’s course Finance in a Digital World and encourages local members to extend their knowledge in the subject.
Since the Covid-19 crisis began, the Bank has taken extraordinary measures to support employment and economic activity in the UK. Lai Wah Co, Deputy Agent for Greater London, reports on the current outlook from the Bank’s Monetary Policy and Financial Stability Reports.
Tax efficient green cars opportunityThe phrases ‘tax efficient’ and ‘cars’ do not normally sit comfortably together but this is changing due to new developments regarding ultra-low emission (ULE) cars, explains LSCA Taxation Committee member Pat Nown.
COVID-19 has changed the way that we live our lives beyond recognition. Jamie Tomlin, Chair of the LSCA’s Technical Committee, asks if the virus could permanently change audit for the better.
The question of how a client could receive royalties in a tax efficient way formed the basis of the discussion at this London tax forum, Andrew McKenzie reports.
The phrases ‘tax efficient’ and ‘cars’ do not normally sit comfortably together but this is changing due to new developments regarding ultra-low emission (ULE) cars, explains LSCA Taxation Committee member Pat Nown.
The issue of how to process the Tax Return of a Limited Company which had invested in a portfolio of securities formed the basis of an in-depth discussion for a local group of accountants, Andrew McKenzie-Smart reports.
Smart policy measures for jobs, skills, and business growth
The digital age is approaching, and a pandemic is upon us. Anzo Francis, Vice Chair of the LSCA Business Board, and LSCA Business Champion, looks at Government measures to protect employment and drive growth.
In the final part of this series for London Accountant, David Lewis considers the owner’s perspective when navigating the current crisis.
History has shown that economic downturns can, and often do, breed successful and long-lasting companies. Jonathan Hollis, Managing Partner of Mountside Ventures, sets out how growing businesses can access grants.
From the moment they say ‘Yes!’, and sign up to your service, your customers want to see that you are keeping the promise you made them. Business Consultant Kirsten Gibbs breaks this down.
Why are some people still not switching their webcams on? Chair of the LSCA Business Board and Director of Training Counts, Angus Farr, asks.
Does your organisation have the “S” factor?
The global pandemic has highlighted social inequalities and fundamentally changed the role employees expect their employer to play to address these issues, argues executive coach Geraldine Gallacher.
As redundancies become more common, the jobs market is becoming increasingly competitive. Kay Fleming, Consultant at Morgan McKinley, highlights how to stand out in interviews.
Coronavirus is hurting working mums’ careers and poses a threat to corporate reputation and performance, according to Geraldine Gallacher, CEO of the Executive Coaching Consultancy.
If a more flexible, remote working model is the future for your finance team, you will want to consider how to facilitate virtual team building to keep your employees engaged and connected, argues Kathryn Swan, Head of Professional Services, Morgan McKinley.
In May the Chartered Accountants Student Society London (CASSL) welcomed a new chair: Anne-Marie Asenso. She spoke to London Accountant about the new committee and her priorities for the year.
How we can support recoveryWhile we are continuing to live through a pandemic, our thoughts are moving towards the future and how society, and business in particular, can recover. Vicky Andrew, LSCA president and LSCA Business Board member writes.
Viresh Paul, the newly appointed Deputy President of the LSCA, on his new role and his mission to support local accountants in rebuilding London’s economy.
While we are continuing to live through a pandemic, our thoughts are moving towards the future and how society, and business in particular, can recover. Vicky Andrew, LSCA president and LSCA Business Board member writes.
This year has resulted in a significant shift in the way we work, bringing new challenges for us and our clients. Emma Milgate of the London Accountant Editorial Board weighs up the positives and negatives.
The pandemic has acted as a catalyst to our use of technology. The Rt. Hon. Lord Mayor, William Russell, looks at how this has been realised in London.